June 19-21, 2018


A hands-on, collaborative
conference to provide
real-world tools in
multicultural teaching
for teachers of pre-k
through grade 12.

Teachers will:

  • engage in creating multicultural
    lessons and teaching practices
  • develop a deeper understanding of personal limitations and blind spots
    in teaching
  • expand ability to critically evaluate self and practices within the classroom
  • reflect on personal experience and
    implicit biases
Funded by the Meadowbrook Leadership Institute (MLI) of the Meadowbrook School. The MLI is a program that offers Meadowbrook faculty thought leaders an opportunity to develop their ideas and visions beyond the scope of their own classrooms.

“Best conference I have been to yet. Excellent balance of pedagogy and practical tools, delivered by a caring, generous group of educators.
Thank you!”


“On a personal level, I felt like I ended up thinking about my own experience in new ways. As an educator, I feel like I have new tools and I feel empowered to be courageous!”

“I felt like I was hearing from experts on the cutting edge of the field of diversity work and multicultural education. All of the material was relevant, thorough and interesting – and the staff was extremely supportive of all of our needs.”