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Build your own practice as an equity educator with our new VLE! (virtual learning environment).

Pacific Educational Group provides interactive educational experiences through teacher lead online courses, print, online video, and audio podcasts.

 

Online Subscriptions

PEG believes having timely and pertinent resources at your fingertips is imperative to continuing the conversation. Subscribing to our PEG multimedia library will provide you with access to featured podcasts on courageous conversations with equity leaders from around the country and abroad, video segments to challenge and push your learning, and priority registration to PEG sponsored events.

Yearly MML Subsctiption $50.00/year (Coming soon!)

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  • The yearly multimedia library (MML) subscription enrolls you in the media library to visit throughout the year on an unlimited basis. Visit often as new content is added to the library on an ongoing basis.  Subscription fee auto renews every 365 days to your credit card.
  • Includes 2012 Virtual Summit which is free to registered 2012 Summit.
  • You can get yearly access today.
  • Subscription fee auto renews once per year to your credit card.
  • Attendees, submit email inquiries here.

*Note: Volume licenses are available on a per school, district and organization basis. Please contact us for more information here.

 

Online Courses

PEG online courses are offered through PEG University. Our courses at PEGU are designed to push participants’ thinking in providing equitable learning environments for all students and addressing the racial implications of teaching, school environments, and our roles within.


Courses require the purchase of the text: Courageous Conversations About Race: A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools by Glenn E. Singleton & Curtis Linton (2005).

Course purchase and registration is available by checking the box next to course titles below.
Tax is not applied to online course purchases.

International customers please contact Nancy Dome for invoiced based transaction:
Nancy@PacificEducationalGroup.com

Beyond Diversity I Online ​Seminar
$295 BDOI Spring 2014: 03/03/14-05/09/14 *Registration is now open

BD I Online is a powerful program designed to increase the understanding of the impact of race on student learning and investigate the role which racism plays in institutionalizing academic achievement disparities. Participants will engage in a thoughtful, compassionate exploration of race and racism and grapple with how each influences the culture and climate of our schools.
*Target participants:  District Administrators, Principals, Deans, Teachers, and Student Support Staff.
*Delivered on Moodle. *Text book required.
*Class will be postponed if enrollment of 10 or more is not met
*International Customers

Black Males, Schooling and a Systems Failure Seminar
$99 BMSSF Spring 2014: 03/03/14-03/28/14 *Registration is now open
[Click here for BM Syllabus]

Discover and examine ways to transform your school environment into a place that fosters high-level engagement and achievement for black males who are marginalized as the lowest performing student population.
*Target participants:  District Administrators, Principals, Deans, Teachers, and Student Support Staff.
*Delivered on Moodle. *Text book suggested.
*Class will be postponed if enrollment of 10 or more is not met
*International Customers

Using Culturally Relevant Pedagogy to Examine Achievement Disparities Through the Lens of Race Seminar
$99 CRP Spring 2014:  03/03/14-03/28/14 *Registration is now open
[Click here for CRP Syllabus]

Explore the concept of “systemic equity transformation” through a framework that applies COURAGEOUS CONVERSATION to your work in learning and teaching.
*Target participants:  District Administrators, Principals, Deans, Teachers, and Student Support Staff.
*Delivered on Moodle. *Text book suggested.
*Class will be postponed if enrollment of 10 or more is not met
*International Customers

Graduate Credit Options

PEG University offers separate graduate credit for the following online courses.
Separate form and registration fees apply.

Hamline University - (Coming Soon) Click here for HU Registration Form
*Beyond Diversity I Online Seminar (3.0 graduate semester units)
*Black Males, Schooling and Systemic Failure Seminar (1.0 graduate semester unit)
*Using Culturally Relevant Pedagogy To Examine Examine Achievement Disparities Through The Lens of Race Seminar (1.0 graduate semester unit)

Seattle Pacific University - Click here to register online at SPU
*Beyond Diversity I Online Seminar (5.0 graduate quarter units)
*Black Males, Schooling and Systemic Failure Seminar (2.0 graduate quarter units)
*Using Culturally Relevant Pedagogy To Examine Examine Achievement Disparities Through The Lens of Race Seminar (2.0 graduate quarter units)

 

Hamline and Seattle Pacific University registration close one week after the start of courses.
For more information on any of our online services, please contact us here.

Books

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Courageous Conversations About Race:

A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools

by: Glenn E. Singleton & Curtis Linton (2006).
Paperback Price: $41.95 ($37.75 includes 10% discount)

 

 


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More Courageous Conversations About Race
by: Glenn E. Singleton (2012).
Paperback Price: $36.95 ($33.25 includes 10% discount)

 

 

 

Book Reviews

  • "The beauty of this volume is that it is designed to help lay people-teachers, administrators, parents, community leaders, and even university professors-begin to engage in the emotionally and psychically difficult conversations about race. Glenn Singleton and Curtis Linton have offered us an important book that provides us with empirical data and well-constructed exercises to help us think through the ways that race affects our lives and our professional practices. My sincere desire is that after you have had an opportunity to read this volume you will, indeed, engage in some courageous conversations about race." (Gloria Ladson-Billings, Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • "Challenges educators to talk in honest and open ways about race, and provides various tools to stimulate and inform the conversation. Singleton and Linton remind us that the achievement gap will not be eliminated until we learn to talk about race in ways that build bridges of understanding that lead to effective action." (Dennis Sparks, Executive Director)
  • "Given the sensitive issues of race in our nation, schools and school leaders need tools that can illuminate the concerns, guide the discussions, and generate momentum for growth and change. This book provides the tools and resources needed to move from open dialogue to meaningful action that can make excellence and equity in schools a reality." (Monte C. Moses, Superintendent)
  • "In an era when America seems content to sweep candid talk of race under the rug, Courageous Conversations About Race recognizes that denial isn’t a prescription for interracial tolerance and social progress. The authors provide thoughtful educators with innovative instructional tools to successfully navigate the most robustly diverse nation on earth." (Hugh B. Price, Former President and CEO)
  • The Charlotte Observer printed: Heath Morrison, the new Superintendent for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and 2012 AASA Superintendent of the Year (for Washoe County, Nevada) lists Courageous Conversations About Race by Glenn Singleton and Curtis Linton as one of his most influential books (May 13, 2012)

 

 


Videos

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Videos

 

Closing the Achievement Gap: Featuring Glenn Singleton
This program will help you understand achievement disparities and develop a more thorough awareness of the impact of race on schooling.  Solutions for closing the achievement gap are presented in ways that can be applied in all schools. All educators will gain new and unique insight into closing the achievement gap. Through this essential program both administrators and teachers will:

  • Investigate the Achievement Gap dividing today's students of color and white students.
  • Learn to engage in COURAGEOUS CONVERSATION with colleagues to examine the impact of race in your life.
  • Reach a deeper understanding of the racial experience.
  • Realize the phenomenon of whiteness.
  • Bridge cultures through the creation of community, true equity, and anti-racist leadership.
  • Learn to implement systemic change involving the entire school organization.
  • See how schools implement equity in the classroom and believe all students can learn.

Closing the Achievement Gap (1201DVD) $365.00 includes:

  • 2 DVDs
  • 1 Implementation Guide
  • 1 CD Soundtrack

Click here to order at School Improvement Network

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