Each program is designed to advance racial equity through an intentional focus on issues facing Black, Indigenous and People of Color. All of our programs are accredited by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET) for Continuing Education Units (CEUs). CORA’s fully online programs bring decades of research and experience in advancing the education of minoritized students in K-12 and postsecondary education.
Your chance to learn how to serve historically under-represented and underserved students in education.
CORA connects you with relevant resources including research publications, books, and other media to support the development of intentionally designed and equity-minded policy and practice at your institution.
Get professional education from experienced faculty, researchers and administrators from across the country.
Upon successful completion of one of our IACET accredited certificate courses, receive a certificate of completion showing your achievement.
INTENTIONAL FOCUS ON ANTIRACIST DESIGN
WHO ARE CORA COURSES FOR?
If you’re a faculty or an educational support staff interested in supporting the success of minoritized students in your class or on your campus, then these online courses are for you. By enrolling in any of our courses, you can set yourself up as an advocate for transformative change within your classroom and beyond.
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After successful completion of our online courses, you will be able to develop and implement strategies and approaches to connect with historically underrepresented and underserved students, foster a positive learning environment, refine and explore teaching practices, mitigate the impact of stereotypes associated with historically underrepresented and underserved students, and identify and minimize the impact of bias in education.
The Black Lives Matter zoom sessions were all such a great resource and place to learn! Whether it was Dr. Smith sharing the framework of Racial Battle Fatigue or seeing Michael Brown Senior, it was such a great way to connect academic concepts with real world applications and context. I’m sure I will remember that experience for years to come, as it really did feel like a once in a lifetime thing.
This course is well organized, easy to use, and thorough. Recommendations are based on extensive research and experience. Any higher education faculty can gain multicultural competence as teachers by participating in this program. Amazing presenters handled complicated and provocative questions during live sessions with grace, skill, and insight. Thank you!
CORA training is as essential a training as there is for teachers teaching in the community college system because it focuses on teaching men of color and all the ways they are misunderstood and our assumptions about them. And what I learned will help me be a better teacher to all students, which is bonus added.
Jacob L. Adams
The lessons I learned taking this program can be applied to all students. It made me reflect on my approach and understand what I’m doing right or wrong. All community college instructors, especially those that teach in racially diverse areas, should take this course. It will make you a better instructor.
Dr. Christine Schultz
As an instructor with over three decades of experience, I was surprised to find out how little I know about teaching men of color. The CORA training altered many of my preconceptions and gave me excellent tips to use in my classroom. Thank you CORA.