TRENDING COURSES

Your chance to learn how to serve historically under-represented and underserved students in education.

RESOURCES

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.

EXPERT FACULTY

Get professional education from experienced faculty, researchers and administrators from across the country.

CERTIFICATION

Upon successful completion of one of our IACET accredited certificate courses, receive a certificate of completion showing your achievement.

INTENTIONAL FOCUS ON ANTIRACIST DESIGN

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.

POPULAR COURSES

FOR WHOM CORA COURSES ARE?

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.

CENTER ACHIEVEMENTS

Here you can review some statistics about our Education Center

17
Participating States
4136
Certified Students
5569
Students enrolled
88
Institutional Partners
HOW YOU CAN IMPACT THE LIVES OF PEOPLE OF COLOR

LEARNING OUTCOMES

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.

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