This webinar series on Addressing Racial Equity in Adult Education Classrooms, Programs, and the Field, is available for on-demand and self-paced viewing. 

Thanks to our partnership with the New England Literacy Resource Center (NELRC), the SABES Program Support PD Center is pleased to invite Massachusetts adult educators to view this NELRC three-part online workshop series to examine the way implicit racial bias surfaces in adult education, how it creates inequity for learners, and how you can constructively address this challenge.

In the first session, the presenters will help you look at implicit bias—what it is, how to face it, and strategies for working constructively to change it. View the recording here: Addressing Racial Equity in Adult Education Classrooms, Programs, and the Field 1: Implicit Bias.

In the second session, the presenters will address  the goal of making your classroom more inclusive and relevant to all students. You will learn about classroom materials and strategies designed to help you teach about equity in the context of basic skills. View the recording here: Addressing Racial Equity in our Adult Education Classrooms, Programs, and the Field 2: Classroom Strategies for Talking About Race.

In the third and final session, our colleagues will showcase programs that have made changes to make racial equity a key part of their practices. View the recording here: Addressing Racial Equity in our Adult Education Classrooms, Programs, and the Field 3: Action Steps for Programs and the Field Addressing Racial Equity

Topic Area
Antiracism
DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion)
Media Type
Recording
Resource Type
Resource
PD Center
SABES Program Support PD Center - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion