CREC: Capitol Region Education Council Public Catalog 
 
Class Details
Activity Name
Race, Power, and Privilege: A Connecticut Perspective
Sub Title
*CREC Employees Only*
Session Type
Multiple Session
Year Code
2019-2020
Equivalent
No
Max # of Awards
12
Min # of Awards
0
Activity Code
241-20-934-117
Topic/Subject:  
934 Magnet Schools
Subject Area
[Culturally Relevant Teaching], [Inclusive Education], [Social Justice and Equity]
Target Audience
[CREC Staff]
Class Status
OPEN
Experience Level
Assessment Area

Other Notes
Award
HOUR
Description
This 6 week course for CREC employees focuses on race, power, and privilege, and is sponsored by CREC Magnet Schools. For completing the course, CREC employees will receive $200 for educational materials to enhance their classroom or any work they do for CREC.
Objectives
-Bring a deeper knowledge to our employees of the community and families that we serve-Inform our teaching and practices in classrooms and services-Assemble CREC employees from many backgrounds and divisions/schools/departments to build relationships and broaden perspective agency-wide
Schedule(s):
DateStart TimeEnd TimeLocationAddressRoomInstructor
03/31/20214:30PM6:30PMCREC Central111 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, ConnecticutRoom 202MARY T HUTH
04/07/20214:30PM6:30PMCREC Central111 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, ConnecticutCouncil RoomMARY T HUTH
04/21/20214:30PM6:30PMCREC Central111 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, ConnecticutCouncil RoomMARY T HUTH
04/28/20214:30PM6:30PMCREC Central111 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, ConnecticutCouncil RoomMARY T HUTH
05/05/20214:30PM6:30PMCREC Central111 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, ConnecticutRoom 202MARY T HUTH
05/12/20214:30AM6:30PMCREC Central111 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, ConnecticutRoom 202MARY T HUTH