HighScope Envisions the Future of Early Childhood Education with Stacey Abrams

online n/a, Detroit

HighScope is announcing our event with Stacey Abrams on Wednesday, May 13 at 10:30am: Elevating Early Childhood Education: The Benefits of Quality Education and How to Make It Accessible to All Children. HighScope is partnering with Detroit Public TV to make this live stream conversation available to the public for free. The event will feature […]

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History Repeats Itself: Ahmaud Arbery & Racism in 2020

Virtual/Zoom Zoom, Chapel Hill

On February 23, Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, was murdered by two white men while jogging in Brunswick, Georgia. It took the surfacing of a video three months later, and outcries from people nationwide, for the aggressors to be arrested. Join Carolina Public Humanities and Carolina K-12 on Thursday, May 21 for a virtual […]

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Inventor’s STEM Workshop

Duke Energy / Chavis Heights Learning Center 791 Bright Creek Road, Raleigh

The Inventors Workshop STEM Project is a week-long summer camp for low-income middle school girls. Students involved in the Inventors Workshop will design Mouse Trap racers, marshmallow catapults, The Great Egg Drop, and build and design 2-Liter Water Bottle rockets. The Inventors Workshop Project will address the need for minority girls gaining exposure to STEM […]

$35.00

NC Conference for Educational Equity

Friday Institute for Educational Innovation 1890 Main Campus Drive, Raleigh

Join educators from across the state for a two-day virtual conference dedicated to exploring the multiple dimensions of educational equity. The NC Conference for Educational Equity will focus on rethinking our practices, disrupting a broken system and developing innovative policies and processes that create equitable outcomes for every student in North Carolina. Throughout the conference, […]

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Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in STEM Education

Zoom UNCW, Wilmington

Join CESTEM for a free webinar series: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in STEM Education. Registration is required, CEU’s are available to registered participants! Schedule: Tuesday July 21 10 AM – 12 PM Using Cultural Competency to Develop Relationships Wednesday July 22 10 AM – 12 PM Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: An Overview Friday July 24 10 AM […]

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1770 to 2020: Race, Revolt & Resistance

Virtual/Zoom Zoom, Chapel Hill

Like today, the 1770s saw its fair share of protests in the name of freedom. On March 5, 1770, an event to be remembered as the Boston Massacre, men in uniform shot and killed an unarmed black man named Crispus Attucks. And also similar to current events, those soldiers got away with it, aided by […]

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