Break Through Implicit Bias with a Conversation (Sponsored by Carnegie Learning)

Presented by: Afreeka Miller,

Let's talk. We can break through the walls of implicit bias through conversation. The time is now to engage with fellow educators and understand the impact of implicit bias in our daily work. Embracing the fact that we all have them and are not "bad" people for them is the starting point of a movement in powerfully changing classroom practice.

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