Dr. Jeremy Owoh: Equity Through Student Voice
Dr. Jeremy Owoh shares his thoughts and philosophy on authentic educational equity and how it has shaped his leadership.
Dr. Jeremy Owoh shares his thoughts and philosophy on authentic educational equity and how it has shaped his leadership at the recently formed Jacksonville-North Pulaski School District in Arkansas.
For Dr. Jeremy Owoh, listening has always been a cornerstone of his leadership philosophy. Now superintendent of the recently established Jacksonville-North Pulaski Schools, Owoh is striving to establish a district that has authentic educational equity at its heart—and a big part of that is built on the practice of deep listening and honest conversations.
In this episode of SchooCEO Conversations, Owoh discusses authentic educational equity, the unique voice inherent in student advisory councils, and how to make PLCs a space where failure is understood as a part of growth.
Dr. Jeremy Owoh: @DrJay_06
Jacksonville/North Pulaski Schools: @JNPSD1
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