- 10February 10, 2021
- 11February 11, 2021
CoP event: "The Power of Peers: How Peer Mentorship Helps First-Generation Students Navigate the Hidden Curriculum of College"
Hosted by UC Riverside
Join us on Thursday, February 11th at 9 a.m. ET for our upcoming Communities of Practice virtual event hosted with UC Riverside on, “The Power of Peers: How Peer Mentorship Helps First-Generation Students Navigate the Hidden Curriculum of College.”
If you’d like to hear what he has to say and get your questions answered REGISTER HERE.
- 17February 17, 2021Black Minds Matter: Addressing Disproportionate Suspensions of Black Children and YouthIn recent years, there has been increasing attention and educational policy efforts designed to address the disproportionate suspensions of Black children and youth. Using data from California public schools, the presenters will highlight persistent disparities in the application of exclusionary discipline. A reactor panel will then provide insights on how schools and educational leaders support ongoing efforts for change.Sponsored by: CORA (Center for Organizational Responsibility and Advancement) is founded in response to President Obama’s call to improve the lives of boys and men of color facing educational disparities. We are a professional educational organization committed to training faculty, staff, and administrators to enhance their skills to better serve historically underrepresented and underserved students. We provide professional development training for all educators to advance their teaching skills and enhance the learning experience of boys and college men of color with an explicit focus on racial equity in education. https://coralearning.org/about/
- 18February 18, 2021
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- 18February 18, 2021Please join on Thursday February 18th from 3:00-5:00 pm for the upcoming Humanizing Virtual Learning meeting. At this meeting we will dive into the essential concepts for the Humanizing Virtual Learning Guide. Please remember, our lens is focused on equity and access, and the work of JSPAC supports all students, emphasizing students in special populations (www.JSPAC.org).The meeting is booked for two hours. Please join for any portion of the meeting you can make. We appreciate your contributions.Zoom information is below.
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