2018 Black Educators Rock Conference
Posted by Black Educators Rock on March 26, 2018
Prolific Professional Development Opportunity for Your District, School, Campus, or Organization
July 12-15, 2018
For the first time in the history of the US, children of color are the majority of the public school population. While the population has significantly changed, perspectives, policies, and procedures largely have not. In addition, sweeping cultural, political, and economic factors make greater cultural competency and equity a necessity.
The ROCK Conference’s featured internationally known speakers and presenters will offer solutions for equity and accountability in curriculum content, delivery of instruction, and leadership practices in the midst of increasing diversity. Click here to view our nationally renowned featured speakers and presenters.
The 2018 Black Educators Rock Conference offers an impacting professional development experience for educators and a platform to share a plethora of best practices, resources, academic success, and professional accomplishments for our growing membership of educators.
Black Educators Rock has pulled together some amazing special offers for Districts, Schools, Colleges, Universities, and Organizations. We invite districts and schools to take advantage of these special offers.
We also invite teachers, administrators, counselors, coaches, and ALL educators to share this information with your principals and district leaders. There may be professional development funds available to send a team of educators from your school or district.
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