Online Event: Race and Equity in Adult Education – Apr 1

Posted by City of Philadelphia Office of Children and Families Adult Education on March 29, 2022

Topics covered in this workshop include: implicit bias, strategies for talking about racial bias in the classroom, and addressing racial equity. Participants will generate ideas and steps we can take to move towards equity in adult education and discuss how can we address change in our field to help reduce racial inequity.

About the speaker: Mr. Musumba has written some of the most engaging lab practices centered around demystifying Science. As an educator Mr. Musumba is a celebrated practitioner of Pentecostal Pedagogy. A native of Kenya Mr. Musumba has leveraged his recognition of pattern of language in engaging English Second Language Learners through-out his teaching career.

Date and Time: Friday, April 1, 2022, 1:00-2:30 PM

This event is part of the Professional Development Series collection by Office of Children and Families Adult Education.

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