Sat, Dec 4th & Dec 11th | Engaging Zoom Webinar


Join us for an in-depth two-day training to learn how to facilitate culturally responsive curriculum evaluations with your schools, districts, and community organizations. Learn to build and create powerful evaluation teams that include youth, educators, administrators, and parents/families.

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Date, Time, & location

Saturday, December 4: 12pm - 4pm EST via Zoom

Saturday December 11: 12pm - 4pm EST via Zoom


Transformative Research is collaborating with and NYU's Education Justice Research and Organizing Collaborative (EJ-ROC) to offer this train the trainer event.


Join us for an interactive and transformative professional learning experience that will prepare you to use, facilitate, and train others to use the Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Curriculum Scorecards (the English Language edition and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math edition). You will learn:

  • How to work collaboratively across families, communities, youth, and educators

  • How to train others in your school/district/community to facilitate Scoring Parties (curriculum evaluation sessions)

  • How to critically and meaningfully evaluate curriculum using the Scorecards

  • How to strategically plan your next steps after the evaluation is complete and implement that plan.


If you would like a refresher on CRSE, please register for the FOUNDATIONS OF CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE & SUSTAINING EDUCATION class on November 9th. If you’re in the early stages of your journey toward educational equity using a critical lens like CRSE, the FOUNDATIONS class is a better first step for you, instead of the train the trainer workshop.

Visit our EventBrite Registration for more details.

Interested but can't make the training in December? Fill out this Interest Form.






Leah Q. Peoples, Ph.D.

Scorecard Author & Lead Facilitator

Transformative Research

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Megan Hester

Scorecard Author & Lead Facilitator

NYU Education Justice Research and Organizing Collaborative