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Practical Strategies for Responding to Election 2020
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/14/2020
When: 10/14/2020
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
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Baltimore, Maryland 
United States

Online registration is available until: 10/13/2020
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Category: Direct Instruction and Hands-on


Elections bring out strong emotions made even more so by the tenor of the 2020 campaigns.  Many schools struggled with responding to the 2016 election and seek to be more proactive in their approach to this year's election. 


In this workshop participants will focus on listening across differences with hands-on activities to try, receive a check list of approaches for their school to consider, consider examples from other schools, and receive a resource library.  



Registration details

  • Registration typically closes the day before the event date
  • A zoom meeting link will be sent to all registrants the morning of the program
  • You will register (see blue button above) using your personal AIMS credentials (username and password)
  • If you do not have an AIMS account, please go to the homepage, click on "haven't registered yet?" in the sign in box on right side of page and complete the account creation form
  • if you already have an AIMS account but need assistance with registration, please email                         


Event cost

AIMS Members:    $50
NON AIMS Colleagues:  $100


Please note that NO REFUNDS will be issued for cancellations for this class after October 4th.






Jen Cort is a diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice consultant working with schools and organizations in multiple countries.  As an educator and clinical social worker, Jen has served as an assistant head of lower school, head of a middle school, and senior administrator as well as a counselor in lower, middle and upper schools and private practice.  Jen works with groups to create sustainable and systemic change and to live out their missions regarding diversity and inclusion.  Her goal is to create spaces where students, and all community members, can be seen and heard while learning to be visible and use their voices in productive ways. 


Jen has presented at national conferences, hosts a diversity institute, is a frequent contributor to publications, and her work has been quoted in the Washington Post, and New York Times. Jen is the founder and lead consultant of Jen Cort Consulting, established in 2014, and the host of an internationally syndicated podcast "Third Space With Jen Cort".




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