The Cultural Proficiency & Equity Pathway




New sections of the courses begin November 15, January 10, March 21, and June 13 with access to the course content for 12 weeks!

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Feel equipped to help your students deal with trauma and its educational impact

Trauma Informed Teaching + Social Emotional Learning 

Social-Emotional Learning will allow us to support our students’ successful transition back to school. And it benefits us as well as we return to work given the new “norm.”

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Developing relationships & understanding is crucial

Understanding the Backgrounds of Refugee Students & Families

Gain a basic understanding of the U.S. refugee program and the primary refugee populations being resettled in the U.S.

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Unaccompanied youth bring valuable assets and unique needs to the classroom

Supporting Unaccompanied Immigrant Youth in U.S. Schools

In 2021, we are experiencing another large wave of unaccompanied immigrant children crossing the Southern border. These youth are in the custody of the Office of Refugee Resettlement and then reunify with family members and other sponsors in our communities. What brings these youth to the U.S., what happens when they get here, and how do they end up in our classrooms? What type of education, if any, do they receive while in ORR custody and how can we support these students when they enroll in our schools?  
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