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Anti-Bias Workshops and Programs

In order to grow into adults who can successfully live and work in an increasingly global community, today’s youth require school environments that promote respect, inclusiveness and civility. This work is at the heart of A CLASSROOM OF DIFFERENCE.

A CLASSROOM OF DIFFERENCE offers anti-bias training programs for pre-K through 12th grade school communities - educators, administrators, youth and families- which focus on the development of an inclusive culture and respectful school climate by addressing issues of bias and bullying. Our anti-bias programs and additional offerings are described below.

Click on the "Plan a Training" button to bring a workshop to your school.

Educators and Administrators

Anti-bias professional development programs provide educators and administrators with the skills and knowledge to build safe, respectful learning environments for all students. Interdisciplinary, standards-based curricular materials help to integrate anti-bias education into existing curriculum throughout the school year.  Workshops also provide effective strategies to address bias, name-calling and bullying, face-to-face and online. 

In addition to our anti-bias workshops, we provide:

Curriculum Resources

Anti-Bias Study Guide

Making Diversity Count Online Course

Bullying and Cyberbullying workshops

Early Childhood

The Miller Early Childhood Initiative provides anti-bias training and resources assist educators, caregivers, and family members of children ages 3–5 in creating bias-free environments.  Programs provide supporting resources to help promote understanding and respect among young children in their classrooms and at home.

Students

The Institute's Peer Education programs prepare middle and high school students to work with their peers to confront bias and create inclusive environments in their schools and communities.  Workshops also help students explore the harms of name-calling and bullying and develop skills to be allies to others.

In addition to our anti-bias workshops, we provide:

Peer Training

Peer Leadership

Bullying and Cyberbullying workshops

Bullying and Cyberbullying assembly programs

Resources for Youth

Families

Anti-bias workshops and resources assist adult family members address issues of bias, name-calling and bullying with the children in their life.

In addition to our anti-bias workshops, we provide:

Bullying and Cyberbullying workshops

Resources for Families

Other Specialized Programs

Across the country, The A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE®Institute develops and implements special events and programs throughout the year - from essay and art contests to local youth leadership events -all designed to develop inclusive and respectful school environments.

For more details, or to schedule an A CLASSROOM OF DIFFERENCE™ program, contact your ADL Regional Office or email us.

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Highlights

  • Workshops are customized to meet the specific goals and needs of the school community
  • A CLASSROOM OF DIFFERENCEâ„¢ has impacted over 16 million educators, youth and family members

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