Equity planning can be a key tool for maximizing strategic efforts to support men of color. This webinar will address how to develop equity plans that specify clear goals, objectives, interventions, and measures that can lead to success for men of color.
M2C3 has created a new tool that can be freely used by community colleges to assess outcomes for programs serving men of color. This video will include information on the tool’s development, validation, and utility for practice.
This webinar will focus on how assessment and evaluation can be integrated into and optimized within initiatives serving men of color in community colleges.
“Equity-minded” counseling and advising strategies that facilitate student success of men of color in community colleges will be presented in this webinar. The strategies that will be presented were derived from counselors and advisors who have been effective in serving men of color in culturally-responsive ways.
The instrument assesses six overarching categories of institutional action and support needed for the success of men of color who are enrolled in community colleges.
Based on data gathered from faculty members who have been recognized for their efforts in teaching men of color, this webinar will focus on promising teaching and learning strategies that classroom faculty can use to support their success. Faculty members interested in learning insights that may prove useful in their own classroom settings are encouraged to attend.
This webinar will focus on presenting extant findings from a recent study of male of color initiatives in the community college. In addition, promising practices for program development, implementation, and evaluation will be shared by community college leaders who have demonstrated success in enhancing outcomes for men of color.
Men of color – notably Black, Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander, and Southeast Asian men – are among the students who experience persistent student success inequities in postsecondary education. In this webinar, sociocultural and institutional factors that enable these inequities to exist and persist will be discussed, as will recommendations to improve educational practice to serve men of color equitably.