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Teacher Institute | Residency Application

About the Teacher InstituteApply to Teacher Institute (T.I.), the MCA’s most immersive and collaborative professional development program for Chicago’s K–12 classroom teachers. The design of this paid, year-long program is aimed at helping educators investigate, design, incubate, and implement innovative, contemporary curricula. The emphasis of the Teacher Institute is on supporting teachers in developing student-centered projects […]

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Chicago Jewish Historical Society/Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois joint hybrid meeting

A special joint hybrid meeting of the Chicago Jewish Historical Society and the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois will feature author Neal Samors speaking on his latest book, “Memories of Growing Up in Chicago: Recalling Life During the 20th Century,” at 2 p.m. CDT, Sunday, June 30, 2024. He will be speaking in person at

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School of the Art Institute of Chicaago: Film, Video, New Media, Animation and Sound Festival 2024

Thursday, May 9–Saturday, May 11 | FreeFeaturing the work of over 50 School of the Art Institute of Chicago graduate and undergraduate students from the class of 2024, this festival includes unique works of animation, documentary, sound, and narrative, as well as feature-length projects by the next generation of moving image and sound artists. The

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Learning Series | The Impact of Food Apartheid in Education, Part 4

Throughout the year, the MCA hosts high-quality professional development programming, open to teachers of all subjects, grade levels, and disciplines. These events are educator-specific, skills-based, training on contemporary art integration. Programs are designed in connection with the cultural assets of the MCA and the needs of the Chicago area educators. In keeping with addressing issues

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Sensory-Friendly Morning

Join us for Sensory Friendly Morning and join Bodies of Work and Hubbard Street Dance Company with art making activities and movement exercises for all bodies and abilities. Sensory-Friendly Morning is a free program for all people who benefit from visiting the MCA without large crowds and other sensitive environmental elements. This includes visitors with sensory sensitivities, disabilities, autism,

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Family Day | Migration Stories

Join us to celebrate the last Family Day of the season, full of incredible local artists’ workshops and interactive experiences! Sueños Music Festival is giving away two pairs of tickets for their sold-out event. Salvador Andrade leads a collaborative workshop using found objects that draw inspiration from Mexican textiles. Printmaker Atlan Arceo guides participants of all ages through a

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Talk | Roundtable on Virginia Jaramillo

In celebration of the opening of Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence, join us for a roundtable conversation on Jaramillo’s profound commitment to abstraction with the exhibition’s originating curator, Erin Dziedzic; Catherine Morris, Sackler Senior Curator for the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum; and Iris Colburn, MCA Curatorial Associate. Please note

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Live Arts | Listening Party + Reading with Everett Saunders & Marjani Forté-Saunders

Join the artists of 7NMS for an intimate evening of music, poetry, food, drink, and celebration. Their latest performance Prophet: The Order of the Lyricist, has evolved in relation to each unique venue, city, and community in which it’s been performed. The MCA’s presentation of Prophet, represents the culmination of a year of relationship-building with organizations, artists, and

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Food Education Fellowship Free Virtual Info Session!

Curious about Food Education? Pilot Light is currently seeking passionate PreK-12 teachers to join our annual Food Education Fellowship – a unique, paid professional development opportunity for educators interested in using Food Education in their classrooms. If you’re interested in applying for the Fellowship, register to join our online Office Hours on Wednesday, May 1st

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Know Your Rights: Bullying

Join us for a Know Your Rights session on bullying. Topics will cover legal rights, advocacy options and strategies, and resources. We will focus on Chicago Public Schools, but much of the presentation will be applicable to other Illinois families. Presented by Loyola University ChildLaw Clinic, SUFEO-Chicago, and Equip for Equality. We are hosting two

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Improving Your 2024-2025 Mathematics Program

How school and district leaders can prepare this summer for the 2024/25 school year. During this 1-hour webinar, trusted K-12 national mathematics expert Dr. Timothy D. Kanold will provide research-affirmed protocols to guide your school, district, or department in proactively preparing for the upcoming 2024–2025 school year. Identify previous grade-level standards not yet Determine where

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Lunch and Learn: Summer College Application Prep Information Session

Lunch and Learn: College Application Prep Join us on your lunch break for an information session with a presentation overviewing our highly unique and successful college application prep program that sets students apart. In this half-hour-long lunch and learning, you will learn about our two-week program, where your student can take classes with high school

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Word on the Street (Virtual Summit)

Word on the Street: Partnering with families, students, educators, and community partners in school transformation using street data LiberatED Way’s Virtual Summit will showcase models from the field in a dynamic virtual learning engagement with workshops, unconference discussions, a keynote speaker and panel discussion. The event is a space for teachers and district/school leaders from

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Meaningful Career Conversations 

FREE Training Opportunities for Families and Communities Join Colorado Education Initiative (CEI), in partnership with the Colorado Department of Education and Colorado Career Advising, for NEW 90-minute Meaningful Career Conversations trainings designed to support families, caregivers, and community members to engage young people to think about, and plan for, a thriving and hopeful future. These

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Learning Series | The Impact of Food Apartheid in Education Part 3

Gardening, not ArchitectureThroughout the year, the MCA hosts high-quality professional development programming, open to teachers of all subjects, grade levels, and disciplines. These events are educator-specific, skills-based, training on contemporary art integration. Programs are designed in connection with the cultural assets of the MCA and the needs of the Chicago area educators. In keeping with

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Teacher Institute Curriculum Share-out | 2023-2024

About the EventThe 2023-24 Teacher Institute culminates in a public symposium presenting the cohort’s projects and related resources produced during the year, and celebrating and reflecting on their time together. ASL is provided upon request. About Teacher InstituteTeacher Institute is the museum’s most immersive and collaborative professional development program for educators. The design of this

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Family Day | Spring Blooms

Join us on a fantastic journey into the world of alebrijes! Renowned masters of folk art from Oaxaca, Mexico, Jacobo and Maria Angeles, and their son and daughter Sabina and Ricardo Angeles experts in wood carving and creators of the popular figures known as alebrijes, will guide you through a unique experience of color and creativity.

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL educators (6-12 grade) to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes throughout

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Kegs & Cases: Supporting CPS students in their journeys after high school

Join us in-person for our second annual To&Through Kegs & Cases event at Guild Row (3130 N Rockwell St, Chicago, IL 60618). We will share our latest Learning Case– a qualitative look at how practitioners are supporting CPS alumni in their postsecondary journeys in the first two years after high school graduation. Come participate in

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Spotlight on Student Voice: Young People as Experts in Student Experience

How can we better put student voice and student feedback into action? Join us on May 2nd at 2:00pm (CST) to engage in discussion with Middle Grades Network (MGN) Student Fellowship and its alignment with one of their partner schools, Sumner Math & Science Community Academy. Participants will learn about the process of student voice

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Supporting newly arrived migrant students in Chicago Public Schools

More than 5,700 newly arrived immigrant students have enrolled in Chicago Public Schools since the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year (Chalkbeat). Many are refugees and asylum seekers facing a variety of challenges navigating systems and barriers in this new city and country. What does that mean for the work happening to support newly arrived

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School Leader Support Group

This group is open to Chicago Public Schools leaders. It is a no-cost opportunity for Principals and Assistant Principals to receive mental and emotional support in a small, therapeutic setting with their peers. Participants can expect to engage in conversations and exercises that will improve their ability to cope with and respond to the challenges

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School Leader Support Group

This group is open to Chicago Public Schools leaders. It is a no-cost opportunity for Principals and Assistant Principals to receive mental and emotional support in a small, therapeutic setting with their peers. Participants can expect to engage in conversations and exercises that will improve their ability to cope with and respond to the challenges

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School Leader Support Group

This group is open to Chicago Public Schools leaders. It is a no-cost opportunity for Principals and Assistant Principals to receive mental and emotional support in a small, therapeutic setting with their peers. Participants can expect to engage in conversations and exercises that will improve their ability to cope with and respond to the challenges

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Diaper Brackets for Good

Share Our Spare, a non-profit organization that helps ensure every Chicago area child from ages 0-5 has the essential items they need, will kick off its second annual “Diapers Brackets for Good” challenge on March 25 alongside the start of March Madness. The challenge, open to individuals and organizations alike, puts participants head-to-head to see

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Let’s Talk About It: Elected Representative School Board in CPS (with Spanish Interpretation)

Curious about the Chicago Public School elected school board elections? We invite you to a special listening session – community meeting focused on providing valuable insights into the process and what you can do to get engaged. This event will be virtually held on Zoom. Let’s Talk About It: Elected Representative School Board in CPS

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Sensory-Friendly Morning

About the EventSensory-Friendly Morning is a free program for all people who benefit from visiting the MCA without large crowds and other sensitive environmental elements. This includes visitors with sensory sensitivities, disabilities, autism, PTSD, dementia, and more. On these mornings, lighting at the museum is dimmed, sounds from artworks and environmental noise is kept at

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Tour | entre horizontes

About the EventGather by the 2nd-floor admissions desk at 2 pm to join a 35-minute interactive tour of entre horizontes: Art and Activism between Chicago and Puerto Rico. Tour guides share background information about artworks, provide social and historical context, and help visitors learn more about the art, artists, and the world we share. No pre-registration

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Learning Series | The Impact of Food Apartheid in Education, Part 2

About the Event Harnessing Narrative for Food Sovereign FuturesThroughout the year, the MCA hosts high-quality professional development programming, open to teachers of all subjects, grade levels, and disciplines. These events are educator-specific, skills-based, training on contemporary art integration. Programs are designed in connection with the cultural assets of the MCA and the needs of the

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Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois in-person ‘Share Fair’ poster session

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois will host its first-ever “Share Fair” poster session Sunday, April 14, 2024, at Temple Beth-El, 3610 Dundee Road, Northbrook, Illinois. This special in-person-only event is designed to allow members to share their genealogy research discoveries with members and guests. The JGSI meeting facilities at Temple Beth-El will open at

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Divine Beauty – The Power of Love | FREE Community Event

Saturday, March 9 Divine Beauty – The Power of Love | FREE Community Event Join 9th annual women’s retreat where we explore the divine beauty in all women and how empowerment and meaningful changes come from within. Date and timeSaturday, March 9 · 9:30am – 3pm CST LocationScience of Spirituality International Meditation Center 4105 Naperville

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School Leader Support Group (Principals & Assistant Principals)

This group is offered as a collaboration between The Chicago Public Education Fund and Logan Square Counseling. It is open to Chicago Public Schools Principals and Assistant Principals. It is a no-cost opportunity for Principals and Assistant Principals to receive mental and emotional support in a small, therapeutic setting with their peers. Participants can expect

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Assessments for an Empowering Learning Environment

In an empowering learning environment, students feel affirmed, valued, represented, and engaged throughout their learning. Educators share this vision for student success, yet often get stuck on how to help that happen, often leaving students feeling undervalued, frustrated, and checked out.  Utilizing high-quality materials for teachers and students is an important step forward, but on

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Take Action CPR

Take Action CPR proudly serves residents and professionals in Chicago with top-tier emergency response training tailored to empower communities with life-saving capabilities. We specialize in various certifications such as CPR Training, BLS Certification, First Aid Training, and particularly effective for workplaces or large groups, our popular Group CPR Training sessions are designed to foster teamwork

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IRC Job Fair for ESL, Bilingual & Dual Language Teachers, Aides & Administrators

A new year is upon us, and with it, new opportunities to change career paths or grow in a new role. The annual IRC Job Fair is back in-person, and will bring together 50 to 60 Pre-K-12 school districts across Illinois to share information on bilingual education approaches and available positions. Explore a variety of

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Educator Panel & Discussion: A Restorative Framework in Schools

Words like “restorative justice” and “restorative practices” are commonly used in education. Are you interested in joining a community of educators in exploring what they mean and can look like in practice?  UChicago UTEP and Be the Change Collaborative are hosting our next event: Educator Panel and Discussion: A Restorative Framework in Schools on Thursday, February 15th, 5-7pm at Chapin Hall. We are excited

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How School Leaders Impact Postsecondary Success

Join our upcoming webinar, “How School Leaders Impact Postsecondary Success.” This insightful session will explore the crucial role of school leaders in shaping students’ postsecondary outcomes, based on the research conducted by the UChicago Consortium on School Research. Register for this webinar to: Understand the critical impact school leaders can have on students’ postsecondary outcomes.

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Exploring College Success for Black Graduates of Chicago Public Schools

On February 20th, 2024, join us for a virtual presentation and discussion focused on the success of Black college graduates in Chicago Public Schools and the opportunities to strengthen college pathways and outcomes for Black CPS graduates. Following a presentation of data and existing research by Dominique McKoy of the To&Through Project, attendees will be

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Research Spotlight: Evidence to Inform Holistic College Admissions Policies

As we continue to navigate a college admissions landscape following the Supreme Court ban on race-conscious admissions and a context that is increasingly test optional, how are we re-thinking what equitable admissions policies can look like? A new report examines the idea of contextualized evaluation to account for the opportunities available within a high school

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Chicago’s Jewish West Side to be the focus of March 17 hybrid lecture

“It’s a Small World! Genealogy on Chicago’s Jewish West Side” will be the webinar topic of Marshall High School alumna Beverly Chubat for the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois hybrid meeting on Sunday, March 17, 2024. She will discuss and take questions via Zoom about institutions such as the Jewish People’s Institute and the Douglas

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Genealogist to explain how to understand Russian language records for family history research

“Learn Just Enough Russian for Genealogy” will be the webinar topic of genealogist Jane Neff Rollins for the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois hybrid meeting on Sunday, Feb. 25, 2024. Attendees/viewers will learn enough Russian to interpret genealogically-relevant family history documents. Her online talk will begin at 2 p.m. CST via Zoom and at Temple

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Genealogist to explain how to use USCIS records for family history research

“The Five Families of Records of the USCIS Genealogy Program” will be the topic of genealogist Alec Ferretti for the Sunday, Jan. 28, 2024, Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois hybrid meeting. Alec will explain via Zoom how U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services records are indexed, why getting ahold of them is so difficult, issues plaguing

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Youth-Led Programming | Teen Creative Agency x #BLKGRLSWURLD

This is an opportunity for members of the TCA to enter into conversation with Christina and Cortney, the founders of #BlkGrlsWurld, about their growth and evolution as Black womxn publishers, event organizers, and lovers of punk, hardcore, and metal. Coinciding with the Faith Ringgold: American People exhibition, this event highlights the creativity, influence, and impact of Black

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Talk | Lotus L. Kang with Lola Kramer and Jack Schneider

This year, the Chicago-based artist Lotus L. Kang transformed the museum’s atrium with her mesmerizing work Molt (New York-Lethbridge-Los Angeles-Toronto-Chicago- ) (2018–2023). To celebrate the final weeks of the commissioned installation, Kang speaks with MCA Assistant Curator Jack Schneider and curator Lola Kramer. ASL and CART captioning are provided.

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Family Day | Quilts and Stories

In January, artists A. Martinez and Gaby Martinez take over the MCA with their collaborative quilt making inspired by Faith Ringgold. Additionally, musician Ben LaMar Gay performs for families to interact with his music, and KIDO Chicago, the award-winning kids boutique in the South Loop, has a pop-up at the museum. Designed and led by Chicago artists, Family Day is

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Family Day | Pocket Con

About the EventPocket Con is coming to Family Day at the MCA! Meet creators, attend workshops and panels, play teen-created video games, and try out costuming and art in a space that celebrates and welcomes diversity. Designed and led by Chicago artists, Family Day is a monthly program that allows families and youth to connect

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer (Secondary)

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL secondary educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer (Elementary)

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL elementary educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer (Secondary)

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL secondary educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer (Elementary)

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL  educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes throughout

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Local School Council 101

The Local School Council 101 covers the rights and responsibilities of a local school council and its representatives. The workshop focuses on what you can do as an LSC rep and the purpose of an LSC. The 101 workshop is ideal for parents, students, educators, and community members who are interested in running in the

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Parent Leaders Meeting

The Parent Leaders Meeting serves as a safe space for parents and their families to share their experiences as CPS parents and to learn more about ways to become involved at the local and state level. This month will also focus on having fun playing Turkey Bingo. Everyone has the chance to win a free

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LEGAL, EDUCATIONAL AND MENTAL HEALTH RIGHTS FOR LGBTQ YOUTH, FAMILIES AND ALLIES

In first-ever Chicago-based symposium of its kind, attendees will learn how to advocate for LGBTQ+youth legal rights in school and beyond.  Parents, youth and allies will connect with legal, educational and mental health organizations. Experts will address issues specific to youth, including legal rights to access to mental health services and school facilities, bullying and

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Webinar: Turning Data into Action for Postsecondary Success.

Join ESG and OneGoal for a webinar designed for education leaders interested in harnessing the power of data to drive positive outcomes in postsecondary education.Educators and school leaders have a unique opportunity to leverage their available data to enhance student success. This webinar will explore practical strategies for turning data into actionable insights, ultimately leading

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes throughout

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes throughout

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about:  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes throughout

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer

Hosted by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago, this free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about: why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes throughout

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Teaching about the Asian American Experience: A Primer

This free two-hour professional development workshop helps prepare IL educators to include Asian American history, stories, and voices into the curriculum.  Attendees will learn about  why including the Asian American experience is important the diversity of the Asian American community nationally and in Illinois anti-Asian stereotypes throughout history and today Asian Americans fighting for racial

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Research Release: The Finishing in Four Years Fallacy: 4-year versus 6-year

On the Dec 5th, 2023 at 2pm join the To&Through Project and UChicago Consortium for the release of a new research brief and student stories series focused on CPS graduates’ time to college completion. Presenters will share insights from the new research brief “The Finishing in Four Years Fallacy: 4-year versus 6-year Bachelor’s Degree Completion

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Syrian Dream

Amal’s lost homeland is alive in her thoughts. Memories of war rise to the surface and visions of home appear. If she follows them where will they lead? Tammam Azzam, one of Syria’s most distinguished visual artists now living in Germany, paints scenes of his war-torn homeland. In partnership with Tammam Azzam, Finn Ross, Fray

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Virtual Information Session: CU Denver’s MA in Early Childhood Education (fully online)

If you have a passion for working with young children, families and communities during the critically important stage of early childhood, University of Colorado Denver’s on-campus, hybrid or fully online Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education is the perfect program for you! This program emphasizes inclusive, family-centered practices, culturally sustaining teaching and a curriculum

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Planet Oat Truck Tour 2023

Known for creamy and delicious oatmilk, Planet Oat is about to make this the tastiest fall yet! On Saturday, September 23rd from 10 am to 4 pm, join Planet Oat in Chicago at Pioneer Court as they embark on the second stop of The Planet Oat Truck Tour. Future stops will be made in Baltimore,

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#TeachClimate Network: Engaging Youth Through Climate Storytelling

What are climate stories? How can they be useful tools for teaching about climate change? What else can we learn through personal climate storytelling? Explore these questions and more in a two hour interactive workshop, “Engaging Youth Through Climate Storytelling.” The workshop will begin with an introduction to climate storytelling: what it is and why

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