PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION

We share the latest strategies & practices to improve educating diverse communities

Inspiring practices

The #1 priority of teachers and schools is ensuring that all students feel safe, both physically and emotionally. Effective practices must be put in place if we ever hope to close the achievement gap.

Expert strategies

Did you know that the average teacher uses just 5-7 teaching strategies? The research tells us teachers should be using between 15-30 teaching strategies. Becoming a culturally responsive educator requires knowing how to incorporate the cultures and experiences of students into content and process.

Thriving staff community

What are the characteristics of a multicultural teacher and school? How does one create an environment where faculty, staff, students and parents work together to prepare all students for a global society?

What we offer

Using a network of experienced multicultural educators, we offer professional development and consultation in a variety of formats to suit the needs of schools. Our content expertise covers topics such as multicultural education, culturally responsive education, cultural competence, civil rights compliance in schools, bullying & harassment, and Title IX/Gender Equity.

Workshops focused on multicultural education

Workshops focused on multicultural education

We offer 2-hour to 3-day intensive workshops on how to become a multicultural educators. Inservice presentations cover a 4-Step Model of Awareness, Knowledge, Skills and Action.

Teachers College Academic Festival 2015

Speaking Engagements

We offer keynote addresses, talks at community events, presentations at state and national conferences and appearances on both radio and television on diversity issues.

 

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Institutional staff trainings

We can design consultation and professional development to meet your needs. We also provide training for Title IX Coordinators and PD for faculty and staff. Over 4,060 attendees have taken our workshops on Title IX and Gender Equity.

What our customers say

Over the years we have been proud of the feedback received about our work. K-12 teachers experience probably hundreds of professional development sessions over their careers. They know good PD.

Grade 4 Teacher, Elementary Magnet School

The workshop was an emotional roller coaster but so well worth the ride. I have never been to a Professional Development that touched my heart so deeply.

Education Advisor – Consulate of Spain, New York City

All teachers should have the opportunity to spend a few days together and reflect on the issues we have had the opportunity to reflect upon. The time needed should be given/granted.

Supervisor of Special Education

This workshop provided a safe environment for a diverse group of individuals to explore issues of values and beliefs to facilitate change for themselves and their schools.

Publications

We are pleased to highlight these select publications.

Becoming a Multicultural Educator Book Cover

Becoming a Multicultural Educator: Developing Awareness, Gaining Skills, and Taking Action 3rd Edition

January  26, 2019

Achieving Gender Equity through Education book cover

Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity through Education, 2nd Edition.

January 05, 2019

Multicultural Education - Renewed Paradigm of Transformation and Call to Action

Multicultural Education: A Renewed Paradigm of Transformation and Call to Action

December 23, 2018

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MCE Today

Commentary on the current state of multicultural education.

Roma Persecution Is Often Left Out of Holocaust History

SOURCE BY RACHAEL BUNYAN UPDATED: NOVEMBER 13, 2019 10:25 AM ET | ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Kurucz Sándor was around 7…

Too few parents talk to their kids about race and identity, report finds

Ten percent of parents discuss race often with their children SOURCE oo few parents and teachers are talking about race,…

Roma Persecution Is Often Left Out of Holocaust History

SOURCE BY RACHAEL BUNYAN UPDATED: NOVEMBER 13, 2019 10:25 AM ET | ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 12, 2019 Kurucz Sándor was around 7…

About us

This is Bill Howe. In my 40+ years in education I have experienced exhilarating and truly life-changing professional development experiences. I have also had to suffer though endless, mind-numbing presentations. I believe PD should be educational but also fun, just like teaching kids. I ask a lot of questions when called upon to do a presentation. I want to know why a person thinks this PD is needed. I want to make sure, if I can, that the right people attend in order to change to occur. And if I don’t think I am the right person for you, I will tell you so and recommend someone else. We are living through tough times now with hate crimes and hate groups on the rise. There are serious challenges from the ultra -right. Learning how to succeed in the midst of all this requires learning new skills and developing new awarenesses. I love to teach and feel truly blessed by the positive feedback that I have gotten over the years.

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  • Join us next year in Montgomery, Alabama- Oct. 7-11, 2020.  Watch for the call for presenters. This will be our 30th Annual Conference. Plans are being made to walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, to arrange to see a replica of the bus on which Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat and many other historic sites. We are partnering with the Southern Poverty Center for the conference. Details will be at www.nameorg.org
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  • Border wall in Nogales, Sonora, México. Memorials set up for 16 year old boy who was shot 7 times in the back for supposedly throwing stones at a US border guard. Guard found not guilty.
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