equity

Leadership for All Learners Institute

The Leadership for All Learners Institute is a two-day professional learning event designed to provide school leaders with the tools to foster growth and better understand the needs of both teachers and students in order to improve teaching and learning. Participate in sessions with Peter DeWitt, Jenni Donohoo, Ricky Robertson, and Moses Velasco that will… Read More »

Radical Love Teach-In

This event will engage P-20 educators and community members in teaching demonstrations that explore social justice issues such as ableism, immigration, racism, classism, and homophobia. The demonstrations will span teaching and learning contexts, including K-12, higher education, and community-based settings. We will explore possibilities for enacting radical love through teaching and learning in the context… Read More »

Engaging Youth in Social Justice Conversations Through Art & Literature

Learn about current public library programs designed to showcase ways we can talk about social justice topics with children. Throughout the country, there is a growing interest in inclusion and equity programs that tackle tough topics through children’s literature. This free workshop will teach you how to choose materials, hold age-appropriate conversations, and include activities… Read More »

Equity & Learning While Abroad

“Equity & Learning While Abroad: Being Mindful of the Local Global Dynamics” Global and intercultural learning is an essential component of education abroad; however, educators must also attend to intragroup diversity. Creating an inclusive study abroad program is more than having a diverse group of participants; it is about ensuring that the program environment provides… Read More »

Making Relationships Work: A Summit on Black Male Academic Success and Inclusion

Making Relationships Work: A Summit on Black Male Academic Success and Inclusion

Hear directly from young Black men and boys, research experts, and practitioners about the factors that facilitate and/or frustrate relationship building with Black male students in P-12 and postsecondary education contexts. Parents, community stakeholders, educators, faculty, student affairs professionals, college students and youth ages 12 – 17 are invited to attend. Breakout session topics include:… Read More »

Pursuing Educational Justice Professional Development with Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade

Pursuing Educational Justice Professional Development with Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade

Calling all Michigan teachers and administrators! MSU Equity Outreach Initiatives invites you to join us for a three-hour workshop with Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade. This workshop will equip school leaders and educators with research-based strategies that foreground relationships, relevance, and responsibility as essential ingredients for transforming engagement and educational outcomes for all young people. Registration is… Read More »