Diversity & Equity in Education (DE) is a social-justice oriented program that aims at providing educators with transformative approaches to issues related to diversity and equity in P-16 learning environments. Courses will help teachers, administrators, school staff, and other educators to understand how diversity and equity relates to learning theories, leadership, and pedagogy. Our interdisciplinary approach to diversity and equity will cover the intersections of disability, race, gender, sexual orientation, social class, and poverty and draws on interdisciplinary research in education.
- Master of Education (EdM)
- Master of Arts (MA)
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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Who should apply
Diversity & Equity in Education is intended to help educational professionals work to improve schools' attention to teaching diverse students and ensuring that all students are treated equitably.
- Courses address the needs of educational professionals in a variety of educational settings, including: teachers, teacher aides, unit heads, principals, diversity directors, public agency managers, youth program coordinators, and the like.
- Materials are aimed at educators in public, private, and charter schools, as well as those in higher education and community-based education.
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