In collaboration with a team of researchers, Dr. Brown, will be publishing their initial report for the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (TABSE) entitled: Revisiting the Promises of Education for the African American Child: 65 Years Post Brown vs. Board of Education. This report will be a part of a special issue journal for TABSE and be the helm of their research institute. It will be distributed at the TABSE Conference and to every district in the state of Texas.
Dr. Brown is excited to announce she will be presenting at the ASCD Empower 19 Conference in Chicago, Illinois. Her presentation, "Schools of Promise: Using an Equity Lens to Resist and Redefine the Status Quo" is sure to engage participants in a discourse that will bring about the awakening of an equity consciousness.
Dr. Brown and Dr. Williams of the School Reform Initiative were just commissioned to do a 3-part series on Equity Consciousness for the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisor Association trade magazine, Instructional Leader.
It will be published in the first three editions in 2019. Make sure and get your copy.
Dr. Brown will be presenting at the AIE conference in San Antonio, Texas. This conference is put on by Region 13 and supports schools in the area interesting in improving learning outcomes for students. She is ready to share her research regarding equity with these educators!
The School Reform Initiative Fall Meeting is an experience you do not want to miss. Dr. Brown will be facilitating a session with the SRI over the weekend. If you are interested in finding out more, please visit the website at https://www.schoolreforminitiative.org/
Dr. Kelly Brown is honored to be presenting at this year's ASCD Conference on Educational Leadership: A Focus on Equity. She is always ready to learn and engage with other educational professionals about how to support equitable academic outcomes for every student.
Dr. Kelly Brown is excited to be able to participate as a facilitator and presenter for the School Reform Initiative. The mission of this organization aligns with the research that Dr. Brown is pursuing. Creating a partnership that supports an awareness of equity for all learners is of Dr. Brown's main focus. Check them out at http://www.schoolreforminitiative.org/
Dr. Kelly Brown is excited to presenting two sessions at the TEPSA summer conference in June. She will continue advocating for leadership that uses racial equity as a lens to improve student outcomes. If you will be in attendance, send her a tweet @drkabrown.
Dr. Kelly Brown will be attending the CRSEA Conference and serve as a moderator. She is excited to attend this conference for the first time and learn about research that supports her platform of effecting racial justice in schools.
Dr. Kelly Brown is excited to announce that her proposal to start a professional interest community with the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). This partnership will allow AIRRE to build networks and support knowledge building about race in equity with K12 educational leaders.
If you are interested in joining or supporting AIRRE, please email Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Brown is excited to be presenting at the TABSE 2018 conference in Houston, TX. She will sharing her research on equity. The title will be From Sleep to Woke: Equity Consciousness - A Way of Bieng for the African American Learner.
Dr. Brown will be hosting the leadership panel for the Promising Practices for Priority Schools Leadership Summit. She is excited to host an extraordinary panel of leaders to begin a conversation on how leadership fully supports promising and equitable practices. For more information or to attend, please check out the Harris County Department of Education Website.
On January 27, 2018, TEPI will be hosting our first policy institute as a pre-TABSE session at the TASA Mid-Winter Conference. Please come to find out more about TEPI as an organization as well as, the legislative priorities for the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (TABSE).
Our emerging political powerhouse fellowship program, Texas Educators Policy Institute (TEPI) was mentioned in the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) daily e-newsletter. The vision of State Board of Education representative Georgina Perez, Dr. Kimberly McLeod and Deputy Commissioner of Governance AJ Crabill is about to begin admitting the second group of fellows. This has been a wonderful experience and a catalyst to get educators into policy work to support the field. Feel free to contact me if interested of if you have any questions. Hope to see you at the TASA conference.