The ESP Who’s Training Thousands on Implicit Bias The latest School Me podcast features Aneeka Ferrell, a Substitute Coordinator in Washington, who has seen a passion of hers take off in a big way in 2020: educators are clamoring for her implicit bias trainings. On this episode, we discuss the importance of recognizing and challenging your biases—which we all have—for the sake of your students.
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|MICRO-CREDENTIALSMicro-credentials for Distance Learning|
As the pandemic ebbs and flows, so do the needs of our students and the status of school buildings. We’ve curated a collection of helpful micro-credentials—for teachers and ESPs alike—to help you build your skills in a virtual learning space and beyond. These micro-credentials are included with your NEA membership.
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|EDUCATION SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS|
Webinar: Institutional Racism and Policing: Impact on ESPs
Join us on December 10th at 07:00 PM ET for a webinar that will highlight how institutional racism is embedded in policing, how it impacts the experiences of education support professionals—especially those of color—as they work to create safer learning environments for all students, and possible solutions.
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|RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES|
We have partnered with PBS affiliate WETA to create resources that the parents and families of young children can use to stay on track on their early literacy journey, even while learning from home.
Please pass along this round up of resources to your students’ families to help ensure learning doesn’t stop—even when school isn’t in session.
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