How We Achieve An Antiracist Future

Teachers & Principals | 06/28/2021

Maureen Costello
Executive Director, Center for Antiracist Education

Recently, loud and powerful voices have claimed that teaching about race, racism, and antiracism in schools is divisive. We have found the opposite to be true.

Honest conversations about our country’s history and present are the best way to heal, foster understanding and create the future all students deserve. Now, more than ever, we need to remain connected to one another as we press forward on our antiracist educator journey. 

We developed the Summer Conversations experience to help you and your professional learning community understand what it means to be an antiracist educator and how to move forward. We know our antiracist future depends on what and how students learn today. 

Please check it out, gather your people, and register today to receive all the materials you need. 

 

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