Student Empowerment: Equitable, Culturally-Responsive Education
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Dr. Allen discusses PHA's focus on providing an excellent, PreK-12 equitable education for students from diverse, racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, focused on building a sense of belonging, and empowering students by building relationships through culturally responsive teaching, and restorative practices.
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