Champlain College Summer Institute for Educators 2021
Fostering Anti-Racist Classrooms
The Summer Institute for Educators 2021: Fostering Anti-Racist Classrooms has been canceled.
Registrants for the 2021 program will be contacted directly and full refunds will be given.
Please check back for details on the 2022 Summer Institute. We hope to see you in 2022!
“In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be antiracist.” - Angela Davis
Systemic racism is a public health issue, and one that should be addressed at every level. To do this, we must learn to be actively antiracist and to bring antiracist practices into our lives and workplaces. Champlain College's Center for Community & Social Justice (CCSJ) is excited to offer a fully virtual professional development opportunity this June for K-12 educators who want to build antiracist classrooms and foster a culture of antiracism in their schools.
The program, Fostering Anti-Racist Classrooms, will be led by both local and national experts who will discuss how to create truly inclusive classrooms as well as inclusive class materials and resources. Teachers, administrators, librarians, after-school providers, school counselors, social workers, psychologists, and educators of all kinds are encouraged to register. Participants will earn 3 graduate credits upon completion of this life-changing, 5-day program.