Identity, Race and the Classroom - Parts 1 and 2

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Join Facing History & Ourselves and the American Federation of Teachers for two webinars on how to have rigorous, nuanced, and identity-safe conversations about race in the classroom. 

Part 1: Now Available On Demand; Elligible for one hour PD credit
Part 2: Now Available On Demand; Elligible for one hour PD credit

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One of the greatest challenges facing educators today is how to navigate conversations about race in this volatile social and political moment.  Center to the conversations are issues of identity, both for educators and their students. Join us in this conversation exploring a framework for having rigorous, nuanced, and identity-safe conversations about race. Participants will leave with a greater sense of agency and efficacy around discussing race in the classroom.

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 #4 Webinar of 2017   #4 Webinar of the Decade

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