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Professional Learning

Register for our Facilitated Awareness of Institutional Inequities Blended Learning Course

"One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again." - Abraham Maslow
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At a Glance

While today, all children have access to schools, inequities within our nation’s educational systems have disproportionately impacted students of color, students with disabilities, and girls.


  • Adult Learning
  • Culturally Responsive Education
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Racism & Cultural Bias


  • Describe historical and current inequities.
  • Identify how historical inequities have impacted the institution of public education.
  • Identify how historical inequities have affected students and families.
  • Identify specific actions they can take to disrupt white supremacy culture in public education.
Developed by:

National Education Association

Last Updated: 09/15/2022


Session Length

October 18 to November 22

Session Format


Through this course, participants will be guided to define and identify examples of inequity in education and understand the impact of those inequities. They will also reflect on their current practice and develop action steps that promote equity, inclusion, and belonging.

NEA (facilitated) national online blended learning courses run six-weeks with suggested deadlines to help you pace yourself and provide a certificate for 15-hours of professional development * upon completion.

NEA Facilitated Blended Learning Course: Awareness of Institutional Inequities

  • Course runs: October 18th — November 22nd
  • Registration Closes: October 08, 2022

NEA Teacher Quality / Blended Learning Program Schedule

Fall 2022 –Awareness of Institutional Inequities, October 18― November 22
Session Date NEA Online Blended Learning Schedule Hours Due Date
Session 01 18-Oct Virtual Course Launch Workshop - 7 PM EST 1.5 Hours 18-Oct
Session 02 19-Oct Independent Online Work 3.5 Hours 31-Oct
Session 03 1-Nov Virtual Learn Workshop - 7 PM EST 1.5 Hours 1-Nov
Session 04 2-Nov Independent Online Work 7 Hours 21-Nov
Session 05 22-Nov Virtual Reflect Workshop - 7 PM EST 1.5 Hours 22-Nov

*Disclaimer: NEA Blended Learning course participants are encouraged to review the laws and procedures particular to their home state or country regarding the acceptance of NEA 15 contact hours for professional credit.

Note: NEA blended learning courses are offered at no cost to NEA members. Non-members may register for a $100 fee.

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