Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Training, Content, and Resources


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are fundamental to education. Learn about Britannica’s programs that support culturally responsive instruction, accessibility, and professional development for educators.

Connect with a Britannica curriculum expert and learn more about content and training to support DEI in your school.

Professional Learning Cohorts

Want to Build More Equity Into Your Teaching? Consider Britannica’s new online PLC.

Global pandemic. Racial injustice. Supercharged politics. It’s no wonder many educators struggle to address current events and issues related to diversity with their students. The need for culturally responsive teaching has never been greater. 

Britannica Digital Learning’s Professional Learning Cohort: Culturally Responsive Instruction in a Blended Learning Environment supports K-12 teachers and leaders who want more equity and inclusivity in their schools.

New cohort sessions begin on the 4th Tuesday of each month.

Culturally Responsive Content

LaunchPacks Learning Journeys: African American Experience Bundles

As educators, how do we prepare to provide context to the loss of Black lives and protests happening across the country and the world? How do we engage students in meaningful conversations that help them unpack systemic issues on a level they can comprehend? And where do we turn to in a sea of resources and determine what and how to share with students?

Britannica’s curriculum experts and editors have created 20 bundles of multimedia content for elementary and middle school teachers and students. The LaunchPacks provide teachers with thoughtful curriculum resources and a clear path to engage students in difficult topics, while enabling students to explore undertold history, make deeper connections to systemic issues, and build empathy and awareness.

FREE On-Demand Training

Watch Britannica’s Critical Conversations Series, a free 4-part webinar series that addresses current racial and systemic issues affecting today’s students, while equipping educators with resources needed to address these tough conversations.

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