Our mission is to engage students, staff, families and community members around equity, culture and social justice. Our vision is that through deep and meaningful engagement students, staff, families and community members will work together to create equitable learning environments and practices for all students.
MRC Innovation Grants
The MRC is offering up to $500 to foster innovative projects and curriculum that….
• promote student engagement and achievement
• are culturally responsive and standards-based
• can be replicated by other educators
Click here to learn more and apply!
Compass 4 Kids
Are you looking for ways to integrate equity tools in your work with students? Join us for Compass 4 Kids, a three-part series that will engage, deepen, and sustain conversations and learning around using The Compass with yourself, your students, and your colleagues. School teams are encouraged to engage together in this learning, but individuals are welcome. The Tuesday series will meet on April 12, April 19, and April 26, from 4:30-6:30.
Telling Our Stories
Join us for the MRC's third part of a four part series "Telling Our Stories" on Monday, March 28th at 5:00 pm. Our featured storyteller is Win World who will be reading from his new book, Elephant Huggy and answering quesitons from 6-7 pm. Elephant Huggy, published by the Saint Paul Public Library, is one of the first children's books written in both Karen and English. Throughout the evening students, families and community members will be invited to share their stories and experiences. We will be recording individual stories as part of a project to bring multiple voices to our resource collection. Light refreshments provided. Clock hours provided. Sign up on PD Express under MRC: Storytelling. Please contact the MRC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-744-2635 with questions.
Join us in celebrating the conclusion of the "Telling Our Stories" series. We will be featuring student voices collected through the "Telling Our Stories" series. Light refreshments provided. Clock hours provided. Sign up on PD Express under MRC: Storytelling. Please contact the MRC at email@example.com or 651-744-2635 with questions.
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The MRC is always looking for suggestions regarding new resources we can provide our teachers and students. If you would like to see something added to our collection feel free to send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call (651) 744-2635 with your request and we may be able to accommodate you!
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