Now more than ever, young people need the skills to hear, not fear, different perspectives. So do the adults in their lives.
Diversity Without Division teaches these skills in three unique ways:
K-12 education is increasingly polarized.
From primary grades to high school, students are mentored through interactive and age-appropriate activities.
Faculty, staff, and administrators receive professional development to turn contentious issues into constructive conversations, in class and beyond.
Parents learn how to engage productively with school officials about issues that are highly emotional.
HOW CAN YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT ACHIEVE
DIVERSITY WITHOUT DIVISION?
The quickest on-ramp is our online professional development course.
For a team-building exercise, enroll as a group!
WANT PROGRAMMING FOR THE DEEPEST IMPACT?
BECOME ONE OF OUR PARTNER SCHOOLS.
Participants will acquire skills and tools to become agile, not fragile,
in the face of these urgent challenges:
Moral Courage teaches an iron clad law of human psychology: the most reliable way to be heard is by hearing others first.
Social media is designed to hijack our emotions. Using their Moral Courage skills, students can outsmart haters and trolls.
Not every discussion needs to be a debate. Moral Courage shows how to have productive disagreements (and even resolve some).
Politics is a win/lose game. Moral Courage reveals how to engage in ways that are win-win. The both/and lens replaces either/or.