New Hanover County Schools




Equity Training

New Hanover County Schools and Board of Education have participated and continue to hold numerous training in the area of equity. Training the district have participated in are listed below:
  • Filling The Gap (Administrators Retreat)
  • Groundwater Training
    This was offered to educators as well as community members.  150 educators attended.
  • Racial Equity Workshop Phase 1 (Foundational Training in Historical and Institutional Racism)
    Two offerings 80 participants trained
  • Leading Equity Implicit Bias Training for Teachers
    Part A = 1,654 participants district-wide Part B = 1,381 participants district-wide
  • Leading Equity Implicit Bias Training for Students
  • Leading Equity Training for Principals
    58 people trained
  • Whole District Equity for Principals and Assistant Principals (Occurring 2020-2021 school year) 
  • Contemporary Issues (Workshop that tackles timely social issues emerging as the school year begins)
  • Culturally Responsive Training and The Brain Lab Sessions
    52 administrators trained
  • Race Equity Discussion Series  (Not training but a Series Discussion with Community leaders)
  • Everyday Bias Training with NHRMC
    Ongoing - currently 30 participants trained Upcoming training in Nov, Feb, March and April.
Staff within the district have also participated in Book Studies on the following: 
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain by Zaretta Hammond
  • Despite the Best Intentions by Amanda Lewis & John Diamond
  • How to Be an Anti-Racist by Dr. Ibram X,. Kendi
  • White Fragility by Robin Diangelo