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Race Equity Training Center

Customized trainings & consulting for advancing racial equity

The MnEEP Race Equity Training Center is led by race equity thought leaders and experts in K-12 education, higher education, public policy, and research.

We partner with districts, schools, nonprofit organizations, and higher-ed leaders and faculty who aim to address systemic inequities and advance racial equity across Minnesota.

Our unique, customized trainings equip education leaders and advocates with the analysis, framing, tools, and insights they need to build and support racially just systems where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.

Our Race Equity Training Center includes: 
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Culturally Validating Pedagogy & Leadership Institute

A research-based and solutions-focused approach

Comprehensive support for educational institutions in creating and implementing race equity plans and high-quality, culturally validating pedagogy and leadership.

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Cultural Competency Training

PELSB-approved to meet teacher licensure standards

Unique, critical opportunities for educators to engage in dialogue, activities, and reflective practices to increase their cultural awareness and build more just learning spaces.

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Superintendent Race Equity Leadership Network

Connecting leaders to build racially just school systems

A collaborative network to inspire, equip, and bring together Minnesota superintendents as they strive to apply race equity practices and policies in their school districts.

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