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Multicultural Education: A Foundation Course

2015 NAME Silver Anniversary Conference

October 1-4, 2015  – Sheraton New Orleans

Register at – Fee – $25.00


Founded in 1990, NAME has become the premier national and international organization that is committed to issues of equity, inclusion, diversity, and justice in schooling.

Here is one of the many exciting offerings:


Multicultural Education:
A Foundation Course

This Intensive Institute is designed for those individuals wishing to take a course in multicultural education. Those individuals who wish to design or revise a course in multicultural education will also benefit.  The institute will review definitions, goals, theories and application. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the various components of a course along with suggestions on the do’s and don’ts of in teaching about multicultural education.
Friday, Oct. 2, 2015

Dr. Bill Howe 
Past President of NAME

Dr. María Gabriel
Co-President of Colorado NAME


“The workshop was an emotional roller coaster but so well worth the ride. I have now been to a Professional Development that touched my heart so deeply.”

Grade 4 Teacher, Elementary Magnet School

“I have attended many workshops focused on multiculturalism.  But this workshop was the best I’ve participated in.  Not only did I learn and receive much information,I have concrete ideas and plans to implement in my classroom and school. “

Learning Center Specialist, Community School, St L Louis, MO

“The institute helped me tremendously to crystallize my thinking for how to engage students in multicultural theory and practice. I will continue to review my practice and how I can infuse what I learned for the benefit of my students.”
                                              Assistant Professor of Education, Seattle, WA 

“Wonderful learning experience.  I was able to pick up a number of strategies and skills that I could use with my student teachers in helping them develop a multicultural approach in their teaching.”

Assistant Professor, Smith College, Northampton, MA


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