2024 Professional Book Study Series

January–February 2024 | Dates and times vary

Our Professional Book Study series allows educators, administrators, parents, and community leaders to learn together about pressing issues facing our region’s educational landscape. This community of action is a great way to deepen your knowledge, exchange ideas and practices, and build a network of leaders dedicated to improving educational outcomes for students in Alaska, Oregon, and Washington.

The books chosen for this year’s series center the experiences, creativity, and expertise of those historically underserved by our education system — including Indigenous families and communities. Participants will explore approaches to systems change and work to shift the conditions that create inequitable outcomes for students and their communities.

Know someone who might benefit from this series? Invite your colleagues to join you on this learning journey. We welcome and encourage both individuals and teams to participate in our Professional Book Study series.

The books featured in this series were proposed by members of our Advisory Board Program. Our Advisory Board includes leaders from Nations and Tribes, state education agencies, local education agencies, higher education institutions, and businesses and organizations. Their knowledge, experience, and perspectives help guide our regional project and priorities.

All book studies include:

  • A free copy of the book
  • Optional clock hours or continuing education credits for educators*
  • Six virtual sessions with colleagues, leaders, and change-makers from across the region
  • One author keynote

All book studies occur for six consecutive weeks, meeting for 1.5 hours per week. We hope you’ll join us!

*For questions about clock hours or credit, contact meganm@serrc.org.

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