Creating and Sustaining Inclusive Cultures in Dynamic Learning Organizations
We Support Schools at Three Elevations
30,000 ft/ 9000 m
Whole school beliefs and values that guide decision and actions.
15,000 ft/ 4500 m
Mental models, strategies and plans used to make the values and beliefs visible.
On the ground
Behaviors and skills needed to implement strategies and plans.
Empowering Inclusive Classrooms
At Pathways to Inclusive Education, we also recognize the critical role that teachers play in creating inclusive classrooms. That’s why we work with them to provide necessary professional learning to support the development of instructional practices and collaborative professional cultures.
We also recognize the importance of parent and community engagement in creating inclusive schools. Our team works with school leaders to develop strategies for engaging parents and communities in the educational process. By doing so, we ensure that everyone involved in a child’s education is working towards the same goal.
In addition to our core services, we also offer ongoing support to ensure that schools continue to make progress towards their goals. We believe that creating inclusive learning environments is an ongoing process, and we are committed to providing the necessary support to ensure that schools are successful in this endeavor.
Partnering for Inclusive Education
We are passionate about creating pathways to inclusive education for all learners. If you're looking to transform your school and create a more inclusive learning environment, we invite you to partner with us. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of students around the world.
What others say about us
Co-developer of Cognitive Coaching and Adaptive Schools
Executive Director, NESA
Dr. Richard Villa
"The combination of intelligence, knowledge, passion, "street smarts" and dedication to the highest quality learning for faculty and students is found in very few educators. Kim Bane is one of these. Her effectiveness in connecting with people and working inside and for systems for sustained improvements in organizational climate and student learning are thrillingly exceptional."
"Kim Bane has been an exceptional resource for the NESA organization and for schools in our region. Intelligent, articulate and passionate about learning, she has the ability to expertly facilitate transformative, research-grounded professional development."
"Ms. Bane is a collaborative leader who is a highly effective communicator and has the ability to motivate others to learn and grow as educators [...] Colleagues seek her advice and benefit from her counsel."