Course Catalog

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Course Catalog

Our Course Catalog

CARE’s professional learning comes in two strands: asynchronous courses called Learn 2 CARE, and a Leadership Experience that culminates in an innovative real-life simulation.

Currently, these are available only to districts and schools.

Learn 2 CARE

Learners in our courses move through short rounds of practice, reflection, and feedback as they work toward the outcomes described in the CARE Framework. All are delivered asynchronously via Google Classroom, allow learners to move at their own pace, and take about two hours each to complete.

It was amazing to work from a definition of antiracism all the way through creating antiracist lessons. The whole spectrum of learning resulted in a product I could actually use in the classroom.”

– High School Instructional Coach and Math Teacher

Antiracist Education

Learners will explore the definition of antiracist education and freedom dreaming.

CARE’s Antiracist Principles

Learners will deepen their understanding of CARE’s principle.

Engaging in Reflective Practices

Learners will reflect on their practices as aspiring antiracist educators.

Antiracist Education

Learners will briefly explore the evolution of antiracist educational philosophies and practice in public schools.

Designing an Antiracist Lesson

Learners will evaluate and design an antiracist lesson plan.

Racial Identity Development

Learners will explore their own racial identity.

To enroll or learn more about our Learn 2 CARE course catalog contact us.


Leadership Experience

The Leadership Experience brings a cohort of learners together for a series of four synchronous courses and two simulations that provide a powerful opportunity to practice skills. Courses are listed in sequence. All courses must be completed in order.

Session 1:

Develop a common understanding about antiracist education.

Session 2:

Take a critical look at curriculum.

Simulation 1:

Practice discussing a concern about a lesson that whitewashes history.

Session 3:

Learn how to work in community with other educators to respond to racism and lead to healing and reconciliation.

Simulation 2:

Practice addressing an incident with a colleague about an incident involving a racial slur in her classroom.

Session 4:

Reflect on key learnings through the entire Leadership Experience.

Enroll in the Leadership Experience and join other course participants in a supportive community cohort. Contact Katrice Quitter for inquires and course enrollment. Two cohorts still available during this school year: