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Minnesota Covenant. Minnesota Covenant for Education Equity with Excellence with Students of Color and American Indian Students. Major Components. Change Minnesota’s Perceptions Expand Early Childhood Education Transform K-12 Education Expand College Access Improve Post-Secondary

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Minnesota covenant

Minnesota Covenant

Minnesota Covenant for Education Equity with Excellence with Students of Color and American Indian Students


Major components

Major Components

  • Change Minnesota’s Perceptions

  • Expand Early Childhood Education

  • Transform K-12 Education

  • Expand College Access

  • Improve Post-Secondary

  • Transform our Teacher and Faculty

  • Invest in Education

  • Hold Elected & Appointed Officials Accountable


Call to action

Call to Action

  • We are asking you to make an individual commitment by becoming a signatory of the Minnesota Covenant. As a result, we encourage you to seek others at your school, church or other organizational affiliations to incorporate these 18 measurable goals around educational equity into practice.


Pyramid of actions

Pyramid of Actions

Individual

Families and

Communities

Organizations

Governmental Agencies


Individual action

Individual Action

  • Encourage others to read it, ask questions, and sign it.

  • Discuss it with your local school board members and their staff.

  • Share it with your state senator or representative .


Families action

Families Action

  • Convene a family meeting about education equity with excellence.

  • Connect with other families who are passionate about this topic.


Communities action

Communities Action

  • Raise awareness of the Minnesota Covenant for Education Equity with Excellence.

  • Develop some taskforce or workgroups to address equity within your community.


Organizations action

Organizations Action

  • Schedule a meeting agenda item to discuss the Covenant.

  • Give progress reports on your effort to implement the goals of the Covenant.

  • Partner with grassroots organizations that work on racial equity in education.


Government agencies action

Government Agencies Action

  • Organize committee or workgroups to create strategic plans to address education equity.

  • Assess and target funding efforts towards these goals.

  • Establish policies and practices that will increase racial equity in education


Picture of this work

Picture of this work?

How does organizing work to transform schools and communities?


Minnesota covenant

COMMUNITY OUTCOMES

Build base

Develop adult or youth leadership

Exercise power

IMPACTS

Accountable Schools

Successful

student learning

COMMUNITY

ORGANIZING

ACTIVITIES

ORGANIZATIONAL

INPUTS

SCHOOLS/SCHOOL SYSTEM

OUTCOMES

Recognize community power

Expand or shift priorities

Implement new strategies to

improve schooling capacity


How to connect with mmep

How to connect with MMEP

  • Shawn Lewis, Program Associate at MMEP

  • Phone number is 651-645-7400 Ext. 201

  • Email is [email protected]

  • Website iswww.mmep.net


Questions and answers

Questions and Answers

THANK YOU


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