21CSLA Alameda Regional Academy

California's 21CSLA leaders discuss how to advance equity during Spring Retreat.

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Leaders for equity transform education to improve access, opportunity, and inclusion for students and adults, especially those who are systemically marginalized and historically underserved, so that they can thrive.
21CSLA Equity Statement

21CSLA Alameda Regional Academy

The 21st Century California School Leadership Academy (21CSLA) Alameda Regional Academy, led by the Leadership Programs at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Education, provides professional development and learning opportunities for educators, from teacher leaders all the way through, and including, system leaders, who are committed to equity and building a culture of deep reflection at their institutions.

The Alameda Regional Academy focuses on the areas of leadership development; coaching; disciplinary-specific learning; curriculum development; distance learning; and technical assistance, among others. These professional learning opportunities are experienced in a variety of formats, including research symposiums, webinars, conferences, as well as other virtual and in-person gatherings. 

More about the 21CSLA Alameda Regional Academy, partner organizations, and Leadership Team. 

A graphic recording of our 21CSLA Spring Retreat

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