The Equity, Advocacy and Partnerships Institute engages educators in building skills and knowledge that will help them: explore issues of equity and social justice in the educational context, assess community needs and values, engage families and colleagues in partnerships, and advocate for students. Students work with an advisor to craft the right set of courses based on each students’ needs and goals.
Each of these classes can be taken separately, and students can elect a credit or non-credit option.
Modules can be personalized for individuals, groups of teachers, districts, states, or associations. All classes are held in dynamic virtual learning environments and can be accessed from the participant's individual device or on our beautiful campus.
Mount Holyoke College's Professional and Graduate Education division is an approved professional development provider through the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.