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Due to the current state of affairs, we are reviewing our programming in order to deliver the best alternatives to our in-person events. The Collaborative is committed to our members' professional development, and will transition as many of our trainings as possible to webinars, chat room discussions, etc. For the time being, please assume that all in-person events are on hold. Thank you for your patience.

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To empower our schools in their development of inclusive educational environments, the Collaborative For Inclusive Education offers over 50 professional development opportunities each semester – including workshops, panel discussions, practicums, mini-conferences, and webinars.

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June 2020

Hidden Among Us: Creating Safe Spaces & a Care Culture (Part 3)

June 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

The stories of some student populations, including their challenges and successes, have been historically overlooked by the education system. Led by an expert with lived experience, this series addresses how students and educators can collaborate to create safe classroom spaces. With a special focus on children with incarcerated parents, educators will learn and exchange strategies to address bias, create a care culture, and facilitate difficult conversations in a safe space. Work time will be allotted so that participants can walk away…

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Hidden Among Us: Creating Safe Spaces & a Care Culture (Part 4)

June 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

The stories of some student populations, including their challenges and successes, have been historically overlooked by the education system. Led by an expert with lived experience, this series addresses how students and educators can collaborate to create safe classroom spaces. With a special focus on children with incarcerated parents, educators will learn and exchange strategies to address bias, create a care culture, and facilitate difficult conversations in a safe space. Work time will be allotted so that participants can walk away…

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