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Closing The Race Gap! How To Help White Teachers Better Understand Race Issues That Affect Their Black Students (Identify Proactive Race-Management Strategies That Decrease Negative Situations, And Develop A Healthy And Positive Race-Relation Environment) (5 Part Series)

            In 2020, after years of debate and discussion, it is very clear that race still matters. The field of education has a responsibility to lead the way in destroying the toxic spirit of racism. In the field of education, we have an advantage because we can teach and share ideas that advance the issue of race. This occurs only with awareness and understanding and requires that people hear and recognize the views of others.

            In this groundbreaking training, we will teach our participants some very important tools and strategies that encourage a more forward view and understanding of how to best approach the issue when working and talking with students. This training will teach educators:

  • how to appropriately and successfully address the issue of race in a school;
  • how to understand the differences between race issues and social-class issues and why not to compare the two;
  • how to gain a better understanding of police brutality and the issue of race;
  • what things to say and not to say;
  • what things to do and not to do if you desire to improve the situation;
  • what to do when someone calls you a racist;
  • black teachers’ role in helping white teachers better understand how to better work with black students;
  • and the seven As of solving the white teacher and black student conflict, as it arises.

            This training will help create an environment in which educators can learn and better understand critical issues concerning racial differences.


Closing The Poverty Gap! How Teachers Can Help Impoverished Students Defeat The Poverty Mentality. (3 Part Series)

Poverty is one of society's major ills. However, poverty is one of the most misunderstood issues that we face in education and society. We have been inaccurately convinced that poverty is a financial state. While poverty has a financial component, poverty is an emotional condition that influences our values and our views of the world. Many of our students were born and raised and developed in our human services system, which provides entitlement benefits like food, resources, and medicine. In the middle-class working lifestyle, we believe that the things that we obtain come through the theory of hard work and effort. This creates both a fundamental difference of perspective about the value of education and a great conflict between our day-to-day beliefs about what education should be and how we should approach life. In this training, Dr. Jackson will boldly provide clarity, understanding, and answers for:

  • What the common challenges of impoverished students and what poverty really is.
  • What are poverty's effects on the classroom and students' ability to learn and connect with their teachers?
  • What is the real cultural disconnect?
  • What does it look like when middle class values and poverty mentality values meet?
  • How does poverty impact our teaching staff emotionally?
  • How does poverty impact our students’ behavior?
  • How should teachers approach the issue of poverty?
  • What are the right and wrong ways to approach poverty?
  • And how can we overcome the poverty mindset?

This program consists of 2 additional courses:

  1. How to motivate and develop healthy behavior patterns in at-risk students
  2. How to improve Student & Teachers Relationships
Available Training Dates
August 17, 2020
August 18, 2020
August 19, 2020
August 20, 2020
August 21, 2020
August 24, 2020
August 26, 2020
August 27, 2020
August 28, 2020
August 31, 2020
September 14, 2020
September 15, 2020
September 16, 2020
September 17, 2020
Individual School Cost (up to 60 staff): Call us @ (888-987-5093) or email for cost 

District Cost (Under 15 Schools): Call us @ (888-987-5093) or email for cost 

Presentation Time: 2-3 hours  (per session) 

Room Layout: On Campus or ZOOM/ Virtual Training Room 

Audience: Cap Limit is 60 to 100 

5 sessions (Over 2 to 10 Days)

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