Foreword Preface Introduction Part I: Building a Foundation of Understanding Chapter 1: A Brief History: Integration, The Achievement Gap, and Student Success Chapter 2: White Privilege: A Taboo of Advantage Chapter 3: Implicit Bias: A Disconnect Between Intention and Outcome Part II: Building Change Chapter 4: The Benefit of Self-Reflection: The Work Begins With You Chapter 5: Teach Them Well: Anti-Bias Social Emotional Learning for Students Chapter 6: The Benefit of Staff Reflection: The Work Continues With Everyone Part III: Building Capacity of Stakeholders Chapter 7: Stories from the Field: Real World Application of Equity in School Counseling Chapter 8: Interrupting Racism: Everyday Scenarios Chapter 9: Utilizing Data for Systemic Change Chapter 10: Change is Hard: Responding to Criticism and Pushback Appendix A: Celebrating Diversity Book List Appendix B: Teaching Tolerance-Social Justice Standards Appendic C: School Culture Triage Survey Index
Rebecca Atkins, MEd, NBCT is Senior Administrator of Elementary Counseling in the Wake County Public School System, North Carolina, and served as a school counselor for 12 years. She is a frequent presenter at state and national conferences and has published on the topics of transition and equity. Alicia Oglesby, MS is a professional high school counselor in Washington, DC. With an extensive background in serving low-income black communities, she continues to advocate for equity on the local and national level.