At a Glance
The Social Justice Training Program is offered as a one-hour, two-hour, or four-hour overview. The one-hour overview includes: introductory lecture that explores the concept of social justice. The two-hour overview includes: interactive exercises that explore the concept of social justice, an introduction to five social justice principles, and action-planning activity. The four-hour overview covers the content of the two-hour session and includes a longer, more comprehensive action-planning activity.
- Culturally Responsive Education
- Positive School Environments
- Racial & Social Justice
- Deepen educators’ understanding of social justice principles and how these principles are relevant and useful to their work
- Explore the impact of social justice issues on students and educators
- Empower educators to apply the principles of social justice when confronted with social oppression
Developed by: Last Updated: 02/23/2021
- Education Support Professional
- Elementary School
- High School
- Middle School
Sessions can be tailored to the needs of the state or local affiliate
Virtual or In-person
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