What Is Equity in Education? New York City Chancellor Richard Carranza, Keynote Speaker, Leaders To


(bright upbeat music) – Equity is one-of-those-words that gets bandied about quite-a-bit. But equity, fundamentally for me, is that you provide to
students, to communities, what they need to be able to meet the
bar that you’ve set. So it’s not about lowering standards, it’s not about taking
something from somebody and giving it to somebody else. It’s very, fundamentally,
you take a community where they are, you provide the support and what they need, to reach the high-bar that we’ve set for everybody. We as adults, we as educators, have to believe in our children. And we have to believe
in our children so much, that we take them from where they are, and we see a future, that perhaps, they may not even see for themselves, but we are working towards
making that future a reality. And you do whatever-it-takes,
to get them there. So, when I come to DC,
I’m excited to come back. I was a leader to learn-from, and I’m excited to come
back to that event. And what I’ve learned since then, is that you have to be
honest and forthright about the circumstances, the
issues that you confront, especially if you’re in
a leadership position. So part of what I hope to talk about is how do you take-on those
big, hairy, heavy questions. I hope to talk about, how do you speak from an authentic place of
who you are as a leader, and then how you interact with
those particular questions. And then thirdly, I hope
that my colleagues and I will be able to share some insights as to, what are the pathways forward, as we think about public
education in the United States. It’s gonna be real
conversations for educators and by educators. (upbeat electronic music)

18 thoughts on “What Is Equity in Education? New York City Chancellor Richard Carranza, Keynote Speaker, Leaders To”

  1. Fuck this fucking channel. Bunch of pussy ass niggas who never lost their virginity in high school run this channel. Pussy ass motherfuckers.

  2. Your video on juuls is retarded, but I've noticed that's a trend amongst uneducated gen z's who seem to think that anything that even remotely gives a high sort of feeling is immediately related to the devil. The irony is your channel has "education" in its name, if your were so educated you would know that juuls are/should have the same amount of nicotine as a cigarette pack, because their meant to be smoked, in the same amount of time, as a cigarette package. Please for the love of God, think and do research before you say something this retarded, because stupidity like that, unlike a cigarette addiction, can't be cured.

  3. This Stupid, Greasy Pancho Villa Looking Bastard Was de Blasio's Third Choice? It Shows. This Mexican Dummy Should Be Wearing Sandals and a Sombrero With Tassels and Leading A Donkey That's Pulling a Cart Full Of Tomatoes Somewhere South Of The Border. The Donkey Should Have On a Straw Hat and Sunglasses. That's All He's Good For. LOL

  4. Imagine being lazy, not studying hard and blaming it on the education system for not getting into a top high school, university.

  5. Its so sad watching these once great cities fall to liberalism. Americas best days are far behind us. Its truly depressing.

  6. This guy is so small. Asians are not minority or with color? If he wanted equity maybe he should focus on the schools that are failing. The specialized schools have 14 nobel laureats. It makes no sense to pick on the successful schools rather than the failing schools. Specialized schools contributed to america's success with bright young talents. Carranza is not about education, he is a divisive and bitter influence who is not interested in a successful america, a successful new york. He is only interested in creating chaos and division among the races not a unified strong new york.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *