NATIONAL EDUCATOR ANTIRACISM CONFERENCE
Clock Hours/ Professional Development Points/ College Education Units
This year, Educators for Antiracism, Inc. will be offering a certificate issued through American University to educators interested in earning clock hours/ professional development points/ college education units.
Processing and Certificate Delivery
In order to receive your certificate, you must have (1) registered (button below) and (2) completed 2 assignments for .5 CEU or 4 assignments for 1 CEU (button below)
Please allow 2 weeks to process your certificate. You will receive your certificate from an "American University" email. Please check your "other" or "junk" mail if you do not see it. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
College Education Units (CEUs)
.5 CEUs are equal to 5 hours of work. You must attend two sessions and submit a small reflective assignment.
1 CEU is equal to 10 hours of work. You must attend four sessions and submit a small reflective assignment.
Certificate of Completion
Completion will be verified by American University in Washington DC.
Your CEU hours (5 or 10 hours) will be noted on your certificate for districts to convert into their systems, whether professional development points/ clock hours/etc.
You will also be given a verified badge that can be used on Linked In
The cost of CEUs are $33 for 1 CEU and $23 for .5 CEU, paid to American University.
Educators for Antiracism is offering scholarships to cover this cost to the first 200 attendees who request it.
Educators for Antiracism would like to thank our leading sponsor the Black Community Development Project, and our participating sponsors the Brookline Community Foundation, the Ricardo Levins Morales Art Studio, Erin Jones LLC, and Dr. Keisha Cares for supporting our work and the upcoming summer National Educators for Antiracism conference.
Educators for Antiracism would like to thank our leading sponsor the Newton Schools Foundation and our participating sponsors the Brookline Community Foundation, the Ricardo Levins Morales Art Studio and Erin Jones LLC, for supporting our work and the upcoming summer National Educators for Antiracism conference.
Thank you to all our sponsors for helping us make our inaugural conference a reality. E4A would also like to recognize the nearly 1,000 individual donors--teachers, parents, school staff, community members who helped us cross the finish line.