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Other Training Opportunities with the Center on Culture, Race & Equity at Bank Street

School Success for Young African American Boys

School Success for Young African American Boys focuses on the personal, instructional, and institutional challenges facing young African American boys in school settings, and applies the CCRE change model and specific issues in the classroom and with parents to support a strength-based trajectory for success in school.

School Success for Young Latino Children

School Success for Young Latino Children focuses on the personal, instructional, and institutional challenges facing young Latino children in school settings, and applies the CCRE change model and specific issues in the classroom and with parents to support a strength-based trajectory for success in school.

Refugee & Immigrant Families

The CCRE promotes a longā€term positive integration of refugee and immigrant families and their children by working closely together with immigrant communities, pre-K–12 education, and other service systems. Through such methods as participatory research and CCRE’s successful community service collaboration model, refugee and immigrant communities become key partners in building capacity for cultural and linguistic responsiveness among service systems and positive outcomes for children and families. Using original resources, training tools, and methods specific to refugee and immigrant children and families, the CCRE provides Culturally Responsive Practice Training options crafted to individual and agency needs.

Indigenous and Indigenous Migrant Families

The CCRE promotes a long-term positive integration of indigenous and indigenous migrant families and their children by working closely together with indigenous communities, pre-K–12 education, and other service systems. Through such methods as participatory research and CCRE’s successful community service collaboration model, indigenous communities become key partners in building capacity for cultural and linguistic responsiveness among service systems and positive outcomes for children and families. Using original resources, training tools, and methods specific to indigenous and indigenous migrant children and families, the CCRE provides Culturally Responsive Practice Training options crafted to individual and agency needs.

Culturally Authentic Children’s Literature

As schools become increasingly diverse, “Reading between the Lines” challenges teachers, directors, and other leaders to examine their children’s literature choices for their classrooms and libraries. The in-person training consists of 4 Modules: Introduction to Culturally Authentic Literature, Evaluating Children’s Picture Books, Connecting to Families, and Creating Culturally Responsive Environments. The Training includes a resource that can be used as reference and to train others. This resource includes methods for checking for stereotypes and bias, key elements to be mindful of when assessing children’s picture books, and a worksheet for programs to use when evaluating for authenticity.