Partnership for After School Education

Are your behavior management policies and practices grounded in a diversity and equity framework?

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In this session participants will:

  • Review how behavior management policies and practices often perpetuate racial and gender inequities;
  • Consider how current behavior management policies and practices can be amended to promote an intentional acknowledgement of race and gender;
  • Be able to develop an intentional approach to race and equity in their community guidelines, and begin practicing the embodiment of those principles;
  • Identify strategies to for how to work and support staff in carrying out these policies.

This session is intended for supervisors and education coordinators who play role in establishing behavior management policies and supporting staff implementation of behavior management practices.


Kazz Alexander Pinkard

Kazz has over fteen years of experience as an educator in New York City, Newark, NJ, and Washington, DC. He has held a wide variety of positions in out-of-school time and summer programs, ranging from tutor and teaching assistant to program and education director for several non-prots including The Best Men Program, B.E.L.L., The Boys' Club of New York and Ramapo For Children. Kazz holds a B.A. in history and has also earned a master’s degree in education from the University of Virginia, as well... Read More