To address the need for increased training and support on culturally and linguistically responsive teaching and learning (CLRTL), the Southeast Comprehensive Center (SECC) is providing evidence-based resources for Grades preK–12. The SECC also is providing ongoing meeting facilitation to co-develop professional learning modules and provide meeting facilitation on CLRTL practices as well as assisting the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) with identifying indicators of ineffective teachers.
To address the need for increased training and support on CLRTL, SECC is presenting evidence-based resources, co-developing professional learning modules, and providing meeting resources on CLRTL practices. In addition, SECC will provide meeting facilitation and thought partnering on MDE's approach to develop an indicator for identifying ineffective teachers.
- Improved materials and assets for MDE through increased access to resources supporting CLRTL practices and evidence-based resources for supporting low-performing schools
- Improved intra- and inter-organizational relationships between MDE and local education agencies to provide resources for culturally responsive teaching and identifying ineffective teachers and related support