The Council for Prejudice Reduction invites you to attend its 18th annual conference, Reducing Prejudice: A Matter of Education, Monday, Nov. 15, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at SUNY Stony Brook's Charles B. Wang Center.
Why attend the CPR conference?
For inspiring, interactive, practical workshops showcasing proven, real-world practices & materials for PreK-12 through college
For opportunities to network and exchange ideas with colleagues
For strategies and other resources that are:
Practical & standards-driven
In place in New York state schools
Aligned with Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) goals
Who should attend?
Administrators, Teachers P-16, Pupil Personnel, Parents, Board Members, Business and Civic Leaders, University Educators and College/Graduate Students, Attorneys, Law Enforcement
What is the Council for Prejudice Reduction?
Founded in 1994, the Council for Prejudice Reduction (CPR) is a public-private partnership advancing equity and reducing prejudice by collaborating with public schools to provide premier, standards-driven, proven professional development and student services. CPR members represent more than 70 schools, universities, businesses, advocacy groups, faith communities, governmental groups and others.