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Monday, January 27 • 9:30am - 10:20am
Equipping students to become social advocates

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This workshop is designed for educators who want to empower their students to embrace a culture of equity, belonging, and social advocacy in their schools and society. Participants will engage in an immersive activity exploring identity, purpose, and the actions needed to create a more just world. Participants will also gain free access to an extensive suite of high-quality classroom resources and planning tools on topics such as unconscious bias, unpacking racism, empathy, microaggressions, cultural lens, stereotypes, active listening, and more.


Lindsay Danielson

Dean of Students, Ransom Everglades
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Josh Densen

CEO, North America, High Resolves
I'm a former teacher, school founder and administrator. Now I lead High Resolves, an organization dedicated to creating a generation of young people resolved to make a positive difference to the world. Talk with me about Citizenship Education for Middle and High School students.

Monday January 27, 2020 9:30am - 10:20am EST
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