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Get effective tools and information to help ReOpen schools after the pandemic, strategies to ReConnect with students for their mental well-being and accelerated learning, and ReClaim your own sense of connectedness, community and power.

This virtual conference will feature equity experts from across the country. We encourage you to form teams from your district, campus or organization to take advantage of the five strands being offered this year: Authentic Family and Community Engagement and Advocacy; Leading with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Reopening with Welcoming & Inclusive Schools - Response to COVID-19; Ethnic and Cultural Studies; and Increasing Student Engagement.

Get research-based practices, frameworks and recommendations to give your team a common language to address equity, student achievement, social emotional learning and trauma responsive education.

Registration for this event is free. Participants will earn up to 24 hours of continuing professional development credit.

About the IDRA EAC-South

The IDRA EAC-South is the equity assistance center serving schools in the U.S. South to protect students’ civil rights. It is one of four federally-funded centers that provide technical assistance and training to school districts and education agencies to ensure a more equitable learning environment for all students.