Webinar Event: Navigating the Politics of Equity-Based Budgeting
June 4, 2021
In this webinar, Dr. Patrese Mason will facilitate our Navigating the Politics of Equity-Based Budgeting simulation. In this simulation, you play the role of superintendent in a traditionally well-regarded district that is experiencing significant population shifts with a host of changing needs. Your challenge is to work with a variety of stakeholders to develop and pass a budget that will provide funding in an equitable manner. This will call for a different process than that which has been used in the past – it is a significant change that must be managed.
Key characters include board members with individual agendas, cabinet team with different priorities, community leaders focused on disparate issues
Trade-offs to consider:
- Facilitating discussion and exchange of ideas in balance with directing toward what you believe to be the optimal path
- Taking action on your own vs. managing dialogue among stakeholders
SchoolSims participants are afforded opportunities to work through authentic school-based issues and practice decision-making to improve learning and retention. By expanding their experience portfolio, aspiring and sitting leaders build resilience and extend capacity to prepare them for real-life leadership challenges. Each of the Ed Leadership programs represented on the panel utilizes our simulation library in a unique way to address the needs and the design features of their program. Join this session to learn how those benefits can be integrated into your own professional development programs.
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