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6/8/2021

CREED is offering a virtual learning institute, a 30-hour professional development opportunity that will provide tools to support pedagogical experiences surrounding historical trauma and trauma-informed classroom practices focusing on empathy, equity, resilience, and healing.

The Dudley Flood Center is seeking two Educational Equity Fellows to support Flood Center staff in research and programmatic efforts to achieve its mission and vision — one will focus on programs and policies and the other will focus on desegregation. The stipend is $10,000. The Center strives to work collaboratively to take action toward addressing issues of systemic racism by advocating for structural changes in policy and practice to build an equitable education system that meets the social, emotional, and academic needs of NC’s diverse student population.

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Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC.


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