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Addressing Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in Changing School Communities

January 29, 2021 FIU Online – Florida International University
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Addressing Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in Changing School Communities
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edWebcasts
Addressing Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in Changing School Communities
Jan 29, 2021
FIU Online – Florida International University

This edWeb podcast is sponsored by FIU Online – Florida International University.
The webinar recording can be accessed here.

In this edWeb podcast, discover practical ways to impact communities, schools, and students across diversity, inclusion, and social justice. 

Headed by experts on global perspectives in teachers and students, politics of curriculum, urban special education, and literacy education, this discussion will cover curriculum and instruction and special education across diversity, inclusion and social justice for: 

  • Intersection of race, language, culture, poverty, and disability
  • Culturally and linguistically exceptional learners in urban schools
  • Parental involvement of families from racial/ethnic minority backgrounds
  • Diverse students in urban education and schooling
  • Curriculum development for English as a second language


This edWeb podcast helps you meet the changing education needs of evolving communities and will provide practical tools and theories to impact diverse populations of learners. Presenters include experts with experience teaching students and collaborating with teachers from one of the largest public school districts in the United States. 

This edWeb podcast is of interest to teachers and school and district leaders of all grade levels.


Florida International University Online
Connecting students and lifelong learners to the highest quality online educational experience.

Show Notes

This edWeb podcast is sponsored by FIU Online – Florida International University.
The webinar recording can be accessed here.

In this edWeb podcast, discover practical ways to impact communities, schools, and students across diversity, inclusion, and social justice. 

Headed by experts on global perspectives in teachers and students, politics of curriculum, urban special education, and literacy education, this discussion will cover curriculum and instruction and special education across diversity, inclusion and social justice for: 

  • Intersection of race, language, culture, poverty, and disability
  • Culturally and linguistically exceptional learners in urban schools
  • Parental involvement of families from racial/ethnic minority backgrounds
  • Diverse students in urban education and schooling
  • Curriculum development for English as a second language


This edWeb podcast helps you meet the changing education needs of evolving communities and will provide practical tools and theories to impact diverse populations of learners. Presenters include experts with experience teaching students and collaborating with teachers from one of the largest public school districts in the United States. 

This edWeb podcast is of interest to teachers and school and district leaders of all grade levels.


Florida International University Online
Connecting students and lifelong learners to the highest quality online educational experience.