NEA Is Offering Welcoming Schools Training Virtually

Participants are given access to a pre-training site and live virtual training sessions. Learn about the professional development training modules and resources that the Welcoming Schools program has to offer

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What We Do

The Center for Social Justice is dedicated to lifting the voices of educator-leaders for the opportunity for all students no matter their zip code.
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About HCR

NEA Human and Civil Rights is a department within the Center for Social Justice. NEA’s Human & Civil Rights Department works to prepare educators to lead confidently and consciously by focusing on a student-centered agenda and social justice issues that impact their students, schools, and communities.

Through leadership training, professional development and member activism, NEA’s Human and Civil Rights department aims to identify, develop and lift the voices of educator­leaders who advocate for opportunity for all students no matter their zip code.

NEA funds and organizes trainings for NEA members. They are not open to non-NEA members unless otherwise specified. Non-NEA members who would like to attend a training should consider joining NEA, an Association of educators dedicated to advancing their profession and creating great public schools for every student. Join NEA online or ask a colleague in your school or workplace who is an NEA member for more information.


What NEA members have to say!

“After attending the diversity training offered here in Washington, as a teacher I have noticed that I am now more aware of my own culture and how it can have an impact on the different cultures of my students.” -Educator, Washington, D.C.


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