Integrated Comprehensive Systems of Equity provides a Four Cornerstone Framework and Process to eliminate inequities in K-12 schools and post-secondary institutions, based on Implementation Science. ICS Equity will be tied to your district’s mission, vision, and improvement plan to ensure that your equity plans are not simply viewed as another initiative, but as a framework and process to set equity as the core of your district’s work.
Following the training, participants will:
- discuss equity and social justice at future DLT/BLT meetings
- learn from ICS Equity training modules and share information with DLT and BLT
- share district/building equity data with State Support Team 1 through coaching sessions, survey completion, and/or DLT meetings
- collect data to promote an equitable system for each student and adult
- create a district/building equity plan
- include SST 1 consultant in your Equity Journey
State Support Team Region 1
Contact: Marty Schloegl, Consultant
Dr. Elise Frattura and Dr. Colleen Capper
Who Should Attend?
- School Leadership Teams and District Leadership teams of 8-10 people. Suggested attendees include:
|School Leadership Teams:
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|Tuesday, June 21||8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.||ICS for Equity Institute Team Registration
Call 419.720.8999 ext. 151 or email Lisa Jenkins.
|Wednesday, June 22|
|Thursday, June 23|
Registration closes May 27, 2022
For content questions: Marty Schloegl
For registration questions: Lisa Jenkins
About the Presenters
Dr. Elise Frattura
Elise Frattura is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, having taught for over 20 years in the School of Education. From 2003-2013, Dr. Frattura served as an Associate Dean and Department Chairperson for the School of Education. Prior to her role at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Dr. Frattura was a teacher and a central office administrator from 1983-2001, during which time she also served as an adjunct lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Dr. Frattura taught graduate courses for principals and district office administrators in the areas of: Diversity in Elementary and Secondary Education, Advanced Analysis and Design of School Systems, Politics and Educational Organizational Cultures, and Non-Discrimination Law. While a professor, she co-founded and taught courses in Administrative Leadership for Intentional Equity, for school principals and district office administrators.
Dr. Frattura also researches and publishes in the area of Integrated Comprehensive Systems™, non-discrimination law for all learners, and the theoretical underpinnings of educational segregation. Dr. Frattura works extensively with urban, rural, and suburban school districts across the country as well as internationally to assist in the movement from reactionary systems of segregation to a proactive Integrated Comprehensive Systems™ of support through presentations, evaluations, and consultation. Dr. Frattura is a Co-Founder of Integrated Comprehensive Systems for Equity (ICS Equity).
Nasif K. Rogers
Nasif Rogers was born and raised on the south side of Chicago and a product of Chicago Public Schools, is a fierce advocate for youth and families who have been marginalized and oppressed by school systems. As an educator, Rogers has a range of administrative and teaching experiences, spanning 17 years in rural, suburban, urban, charter, and non-profit sectors. Most recently, he served as a Director for Equity charged with leading a district’s equity work and professional learning, and supporting cross-functional teams across human resources, teaching and learning, and student services departments. His other administrative experience includes principal and associate principal assignments covering grades 4 through 12.
Rogers’ teaching assignments include working as a high school social studies teacher and as a middle school math and ELA teacher. He has also coached kids through highly successful debate and forensics programs. He is currently teaching a graduate course in Educational Leadership at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Rogers is also a founding board member of Future Urban Leaders, a Milwaukee-based non-profit dedicated to youth leadership development, academic support to and through college, social and civic engagement and activism, and wellness.
Rogers is in the process of completing his doctoral studies in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where his study focuses on Racial Battle Fatigue and the experiences of Black women education leaders in predominantly white k-12 schools.