LACOE’s Equity, Access and Curriculum Support unit is proud to partner with the Museum of Tolerance to offer two timely professional development opportunities.
Monday Masterclass: The Anti-Racist Educator — Engaging with Students through an Equity and Justice Framework in A Remote Learning World
Monday, Sept. 21 | 2:30-3:45 pm
Dr. Victor Rios is a professor, author, Ted Talk speaker and subject of the documentary film “The Pushouts.” He will discuss how educators can implement practices and virtual tools with their students to advance justice, equity, anti-racism and inclusion.
Lessons from Little Rock: Dr. Terrence Roberts
Thursday, Sept. 24 | 3:00-4:30 PM
“When learning is an option there’s no excuse for ignorance.” - Dr. Terrence Roberts
Meet Dr. Terrence Roberts, an icon of the civil rights movement and Congressional Gold Medal Award winner. As one of the Little Rock Nine, he will share his experiences of the 1957 attempted desegregation of Central High School and his wisdom for promoting justice and social responsibility today. Prof. Roberts will discuss relational integrity and caring enough to confront in school communities.