Blake from Parkour rolls the dice in a game of Dizzy Bat!
It was so great to see a jampacked room on Wednesday at our last MSN meeting. We appreciate the way this group always comes together around the challenging issues with serious consideration and the impact it has on the middle schoolers and their families in Cambridge.
Today, we looked to build a bridge between having an anti-racist lens and our commitment to providing quality learning experiences for young people to prevent summer learning loss.
Reflection Question: What does it mean to have anti-racist policies and practices in your program? Where is there an opportunity for growth?
Review helpful materials from Jesse Levitte from Phillips Brooks House Academy (PBHA), an organization that has taken action on providing academically enriching experiences for young people across their programs. What would it look like for MSN to create our own logic model to support academic outcomes across all of our programs in Cambridge?
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