School of Education

Office of Strategic Engagement

Promote a Culturally Diverse Teaching Workforce

Strategies to Promote a Culturally Diverse PK-12 Teaching Workforce Series

The Minority Educator Recruitment, Retention and Equity Center in partnership with the Office of Strategic Engagement are launching the first Strategies to Promote a Culturally Diverse PK-12 Teaching Workforce series. This series will address attracting and supporting educators of color through a culturally responsive lens.

Session Details

This 5-part series includes a personal/professional intercultural assessment, and microcredential after completion. The Deadline to register is Friday, October, 29th.

Cost: $250

All sessions are held on Wednesdays via ZOOM from 4:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.

 

Date  Topic  Facilitator
10/06/21   Kickoff: Role of schools, districts, IHEs, and Policymakers in Diversifying the Teacher Workforce   Dr. Weadé James
11/03/21   Community and School Partnerships (Attracting Teachers of Color)   Dr. Dallas Dance
12/01/21   Understanding and Establishing Grow Your Own Programs (Teacher Residency Programs)   Dr. Kim McKnight
01/12/22   Deconstructing Culturally Responsive Mentoring and Induction Supports   Dr. Terrell Strayhorn
02/02/22    Beginning Affinity Groups for Teachers of Color    Dr. Ramon Goings 

 

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Strategies to Promote a Culturally Diverse PK-12 Teaching Workforce Session Descriptions and Learning Outcomes

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