Mondy, Sept. 25, 2017

The Bowles Center for Diversity Outreach, Inc. will host the 12th Annual Diversity Education (Teacher and School
Administrator) Conference will be held on Monday, September 25, 2017 at NKU Student Union, which is located at 20
Kenton Drive in Highland Heights, Kentucky. We are expecting a significant number of P-16 educators, political leaders,
graduate and undergraduate education majors and community leaders to attend the conference. The conference will
begin at 8:30 a.m. and conclude at 2:00 p.m.

The conference will offer an excellent opportunity for educational, cultural, social, leadership development and training
to all of those in attendance. Highlights of the conference include state and regionally recognized education speakers,
and members of the Kentucky General Assembly, Kentucky Department of Education, and Kentucky Council on Post
Secondary Education, School administrators & superintendents from across Kentucky and college & university
education faculty from Indiana, Kentucky & Ohio.


Workshops Topics Include:


  • Teaching Authentic Algebra to Diverse Students Implicit Bias for Educators  

  • Teaching a Culturally Diverse Curriculum Teaching a Culturally Diverse Student Population

  • Educating & Reaching AT-Risk Students- Strategies to Attract Culturally Diverse Teachers &  

  •        through science education staff and Administrators  

  • Understanding Poverty and Culture as they What is Cultural Diversity & Why is It Important

  • relate to student’s academic performance Strategies to Include Diversity When there is Little In fusing Diversity in School’s Comprehensive or No Perceived Diversity

  • School Improvement Plan Post Secondary Conversation Discussion Increasing-

  • Strategies to Improve School Climate & Culture ACT Standards & P-12 College Readiness  

  • How to Enforce Fair & Equitable Discipline Coaching-At-Risk Students

  • In Schools Teaching Students With Disabilities


In addition, you will not want to miss the Diversity Educator Awareness Luncheon on Wednesday and the Public Meeting on Closing the Achievement Gap. We are confident that the Educators’ Diversity Awareness & Support Conference will be informative, educational and enjoyable and that you will leave energized to enhance diversity in education and to improve the quality of life for all citizens in Kentucky and throughout the nation.  


We are asking P-16 Education Institutions to register educators to attend the conference.  We look forward to your participation.  Please do not hesitate to make your reservations today.  The only thing that could be missing from this historical event is you…