Liberty and Justice for All: Anti-Bias Education Community of Practice

Project ACT is recruiting a cohort of early childhood educators to support anti-bias education in a variety of child care settings with national speaker, Ijumaa Jordan!

All Educators interested anti-bias early care and education are invited to apply to be a part of this amazing learning experience.

Participants will examine popular “diversity activities” to refresh and align classroom experience with the anti-bias education goals for adults and for children. Additionally, participants will study and use a culturally responsive framework to analyze current early childhood education policies and practices based upon real-life scenarios. Participants are invited to this intentional place to study, question, and do the complex work of teaching full of purpose, intention, and joy.

The sessions are co-learning experiences that will support participants' ethical responsibility to create and sustain early education programs that are play-based, inclusive, culturally responsive, and equitable. Between the sessions participants will be required to do a field study which will be integrating the 4 anti-bias goals into their current curriculum.

Keystone Project

Participants will document their Field Study through written self-reflections, child observations, photos, and short videos. These documentation items will be collected and combined into one portfolio and each participant will submit their portfolio at the end of the project.

This virtual learning experience will meet monthly for 2 hours from September 2023 to June 2024 with additional individual coaching sessions.

All sessions will be held the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm.  The first session begins on September 14, 2023.


Participants will receive

- 20 Core of Knowledge hours

- Unlimited Training Pass

- Resources to support ongoing work

Application closes on August 28, 2023. If selected to participate, you will be notified by September 6, 2023 at the email on your application.