The Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut in collaboration with the NNER and GroundSpark, an educational and social justice non-profit that ignites change through film, will offer an exciting opportunity to stakeholders in October. Amy Scharf, Eileen Glaser, and Joel Brown will travel to Connecticut to train grades 4-12 teachers, administrators, teacher education faculty and community organization members using The Respect for All Project (RFAP). RFAP is a national initiative focused on creating inclusive and welcoming school and community environments where young people of all backgrounds and experiences can thrive. René Roselle, from the Neag School of Education is organizing the pilot program. Look for more on this work at next year’s conference!