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Promoting Equity and Inclusion in the School Setting

Course #: 02-1355

Price: $36.00

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Please Note: This course has varying hours depending on the type of credit you need. See Below.

  • IACET: 0.2 CEUs
  • All Other Organizations: 3.00 Hours
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CEU Course Description

Over half a century ago, the United States Supreme Court determined that education is “a right which must be made available to all on equal terms.”  While Brown v. Board of Education was an important step in integrating school buildings, it was still just one step toward educational equity for all children.  Teachers continue to grapple with the challenge of creating inclusive, quality education for an increasingly diverse student body.  Educators must work together to build school communities that promote equity and inclusion, and are not confined by the societal and structural barriers that restrict children in historically marginalized groups from reaching their highest potential. In this course, participants will learn about (1) the history and historical movements related to inclusive education in the United States, (2) unconscious bias and how it affects teaching and learning, (3) the characteristics and principles of an equitable and inclusive school environment; and (4) strategies to promote equity and inclusion in the classroom.

CEU Course Objectives

  1. Define equity and inclusion in the school setting
  2. Summarize the characteristics and importance of an equitable and inclusive school environment
  3. Explain how unconscious bias can affect teachers in the classroom
  4. Describe strategies to promote equity and inclusion in the classroom

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Course Date: 2023-04-14

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