#blacklivesmatter: Changing Racial Disparities in Schools for Fort Dodge Paraeducators (9.20-1.7.18)

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Dates
:       September 20 - January 7, 2018
                 (All days must be attended in order to receive credit)
Location:   Ft. Dodge CSD
Time:         Online course with occasional live webinar
Course #:  LR 288:706


The #BlackLivesMatter movement was built upon the basic concept that black Americans lives, experiences, and challenges they face are important and do matter.  Working within the education system, racial disparities continue to be seen including suspension/expulsion rates, and academic performance.  Some have called the education system “still separate and unequal.” 

This course will explore racial disparities in schools, ways districts have worked to improve the lives of students of color, and look to create a more inclusive climate for students of color.     

This is a one credit course.

There is NO book required for this class.

This class is available for License Renewal.

If you would like to receive License Renewal credit for this class, payment by credit card is required at time of registration. Please note the Ft. Dodge CSD is working in collaboration with ISEA in offering this class at a reduced fee amount.







 

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