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Online Professional Learning Series

Join educators from across the country in the study of current topics with nationally acclaimed speakers. Access live webinars and on-demand content throughout the academic year.
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The national health crisis has prompted the Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty to reconfigure its traditionally face-to-face learning programming as distance events that provide participants with practical, research-based information centered on revealing the potential of under-resourced (and ALL!) learners.

2020–2021
Online
Professional Learning Series

Subscribe now to access live webinars broadcast via Zoom registration and more than 20 hours of on-demand content—all delivered by nationally recognized researchers and award-winning practitioners.

2020–21 Subscription

$ 25
  • Nationally-recognized speakers
  • Live access plus limited delayed viewing
  • 20+ hours of bonus content from 2020 Virtual Summer Institute Series
  • Certificates for Professional development hours

Live Series Presenters

Gerry Brooks

Being the Best You Can Be No Matter What Your Position Is
Gerry Brooks

Robert Jackson

Becoming the Educator They Need: Mindsets and Strategies for Educating Black and Hispanic Males
Robert Jackson

Eric Jensen

Rapid Catch-Up Tools for Struggling Students: Learn the 7 Secrets of Building Cognitive Capacity in ALL Students
Eric Jensen

Tiffany Anderson

Coming Soon!
Tiffany Anderson
Professional Learning for Educators

Online Series for Remote Learning

Subscribe now for access to the entire 2020–21 Virtual Study Series

Live Webinars & On-Demand Library

Four live webinars plus access to more than 20 hours of additional content, all delivered by national research leaders and proven practitioners.

Professional Development

Earn professional development credit for each webinar and each library video. Downloadable certificates available upon completion.

About the Center of Excellence

Resources Matter!

Absent financial resources matter, as do missing social-emotional, cognitive, and physical resources. 

The Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty defines poverty as the absence of ANY resource that creates barriers to school and life success.

The Center’s mission is to provide high quality professional study that equips educators and stakeholders with strategies for removing every barrier in order to reveal the potential of under-resourced (and ALL!) learners.

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