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An Introduction to Cultural Competency for Educators

Supporting LGBTQIA and Gender Diverse Students in the K-12 Environment


1 Grad Credit | 15 PDPs | 100% ONLINE

August 1 - 15, 2020, Synchronous sessions on August 4, 6, 11 and 13 from 9 - 11:30 AM (10 hours). 

An additional five hours will be done asynchronously. 


This course is intended for anyone who works with students, including teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals, administrative, and support staff.

Classrooms today are full of diversity - in population, resources and academic abilities. This course will assist pre-service teachers, current teachers and other professionals in their application of the depth and scope of various issues of multiculturalism affecting English language learners, public schools, and literacy in the United States today. The course will facilitate personal growth and understanding in the impact of equity and bias towards multicultural issues.

      Instructor: Angele Goss and Lynn D'Agostino

      Mode: 100% online, Blackboard

      1 Graduate Credit - $319
      Course #: PDMT 6990
      CRN: 61497

      15 PDPs - $184
      Course #: PDMT 6990P
      CRN: 61498

      Registration deadline: July 27th

      Register Here

      Contact the Center for Professional Studies at to learn how to offer this course in your school district.

      For More information contact us at:
      Center for Professional Studies
      Phone: 978.665.3636
      Fax: 978.665.3639