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Britteny Jacobs

Britteny enjoys supporting districts in creating equitable structures, so all students thrive. She enjoys traveling and cooking.

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Instructional Coaching  |  School Leadership  |  Teachers  |  Teams & Culture

Developing Yourself as an Instructional Coach

I became an instructional coach because I wanted to share my expertise with my colleagues, so that more of our students were reaching higher, and achieving greater. I spent six years in the classroom, perfecting my craft as an early elementary educator. So, I thought my experience plus my graduate degree was all I needed to be an effective coach. Oh, how little I knew.

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District Leadership  |  Equity  |  School Leadership

Leading with Equity: How to Take the First Steps

I believe that ALL students, especially Black and Brown students, deserve an academically rigorous education that affords them opportunities and experiences that will prepare them to lead a successful life. That said, inequity and disparity exist within our educational system that prevents that from occurring, which is why, among other reasons, it is critical to lead with equity. 

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