Video Gallery

#NCSD2020 Keynote Presentation 
Featuring: Vanessa Siddle Walker and Elizabeth McRae (facilitated by Dani McClain), with remarks by Courtney E. Martin and Andrew Lefkowits. Read more here.
May 14, 2020


Learning Policy Institute Congressional Briefing- “Separate and Unequal: How School Investment and Integration Matter for Educational Opportunity and Attainment” (co-sponsored by National Coalition on School Diversity and Stanford Graduate School of Education and Center for Education Policy Analysis) 
Featuring: Jessica Cardichon (Learning Policy Institute), sean reardon (Stanford University), Rucker Johnson (UC-Berkeley), Linda Darling Hammond (Learning Policy Institute), Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT), and Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (D-OH-11). Event info and materials here.
November 14, 2019


How to Support the Social-Emotional Well-Being of Students of Color: Research & Best Practices from Interdistrict Integration Programs
Across the nation, school districts are intentionally integrating students of different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds in order to increase access to educational opportunity, boost achievement, and prepare students to be thoughtful and collaborative citizens in our multiracial society. Interdistrict integration programs in order to bring students together from neighboring towns or even an entire region. While the benefits of interdistrict programs are many, district leaders must ensure the social emotional well-being of students who are attending schools outside of their home communities. This video accompanies an NCSD research brief that highlights successful programs that create welcoming, inclusive environments for all students.
September, 2017


Tools for Teachers: Strategies for Addressing Racial Dynamics in the Classroom
Presenters: Rachel Godsil and Linda Tropp (moderated by Philip Tegeler)
December 15, 2014

Drawing from their report from the Perception Institute (coauthored with john powell and Phil Goff), Rachel Godsil (Seton Hall University School of Law) and Linda Tropp (UMass Amherst) share findings on implicit bias, racial anxiety, and stereotype threat in education and discuss interventions that might help educators effectively address these dynamics. Please note: The content of these PowerPoint presentations is copyright protected. If you wish to use the content of the slides, you should cite either: 1) the presentation itself; or 2) the original research/articles cited in the presentation.