Teaching Kids to Care About Someone Other Than Themselves: Dr. Tiffany Anderson – Cultural Responsiveness Summit 5/21

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Learning about social-emotional competencies, including empathy, is important for all students – even the most vulnerable, such as the homeless, says Topeka Superintendent Dr. Tiffany Anderson. Called “the woman who made schools work for the poor” by The Washington Post, she will present a keynote session entitled Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Practice at the Cultural Responsiveness Virtual Summit on May 21st.

Watch Dr. Tiffany Anderson emphasize the pivotal role social-emotional learning plays in every facet of equitable education.

Learn more or Register at: https://innovativeschoolssummit.com/may-2021/