Diversity Training for NEA Members
These trainings are part of NEA's resources on human and civil rights issues in education.
Bullying and Sexual Harassment Prevention/Intervention Program
This program offers resources and skills development on student-to-student bullying, cyberbullying, sexual harassment, and sexting. Free training sessions are available to members and state affiliates. Contact: Joann Morris at email@example.com or (202) 822-7715.
Minority Leadership Training Program
Held in early fall and late winter, Minority Leadership Training seminars provide members of NEA's four designated ethnic minority groups (American/Indian Alaska Native; Asian/Pacific Islander; Black; and Hispanic) the skills they need to be effective leaders in their schools, communities, and the Association. See 2010-2011 NEA Minority Leadership Training. Contact: Edwin Horsley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 822-7711.
National Diversity Training Program
NEA views the diversity that exists among our members, staff, students, and communities as a great asset for public education and works to maximize this asset through the National Diversity Training Program. Contact: Patricia Wright at email@example.com or (202) 822-7334.
National Training Program on Safety, Bias, and GLBT Issues
Designed for all members, this training is particularly geared to those committed to addressing bias regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. Workshops teach members how to create a safe school climate for students and staff. Contact: Paul Sathrum at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202)-822-7787.
Social Justice Training Program
Rooted in the vision, mission, and values of NEA, the Social Justice Training Program aims to help members create just and effective learning environments. Contact: Patricia Wright at email@example.com or (202) 822-7334.
Women’s Leadership Training Program
Thousands of Association women leaders across the country have participated in the Women's Leadership Training, designed to meet the needs of emerging and experienced Association leaders. See Women's Leadership Training Program. Contact: Pamela Rios Mobley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 822-7727.
Thousands of Association women leaders across the country have participated in the Women's Leadership Training, designed to meet the needs of emerging and experienced Association leaders. See . Contact: Pamela Rios Mobley at or (202) 822-7727.