Culturally Responsive Education Practices That Advance Equity
Engage Students in Restorative, Relevant, and Rigorous Instruction
Reach students more effectively while ensuring rigor and relevance with PowerMyLearning’s Culturally Responsive Education Practices That Advance Educational Equity program. Support teachers in making sure students from all backgrounds experience instruction as engaging and culturally responsive while increasing understanding of other cultures.
- Acknowledge systemic inequities and commit to dismantle them together
- Develop an asset-based approach to building relationships between teachers, families, and students
- Create equitable conditions for all students to engage in rigorous learning connected to their interests and experiences
- Build a culturally responsive community of motivated, independent learners, equipped with tools to drive their own success
*Important ESSER Funding Information: Our programs meet the definition of eligible expenses under ESSER I and II and the American Rescue Plan. Please review guidance from your district about using possible CARES Act and COVID Relief funds to provision these services.
Collaborative Workshops for Teachers
Teachers learn research-based, actionable strategies to strengthen their’ culturally responsive teaching practices from relationships to rigor and everything in between.
Individual or Group Coaching
Guided by our experienced coaches, teachers ensure students from all backgrounds see themselves in the curriculum while increasing their understanding of other cultures.
Family Workshops Delivered in English or Spanish
Families gain confidence in supporting their child’s learning. Families can access these workshops on any device and participate in English or Spanish.
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What Participants Say:
I loved analyzing the core beliefs and reflecting on my teaching. I left with tools and strategies I can use right away.
Me encantan estos talleres de aprendizaje porque me enseñan cosas nuevas.
[I love these learning workshops because they teach me new things.]
of educators agree that they left ready to apply what they learned in their work.
of families feel more confident they can support their child’s learning at home.