Please note: We are in the process of revising our professional development program, so we are not currently offering any open enrollment workshops. However, when we are able to announce new dates, they will be posted on this page. Thank you for your patience.

Learning for Justice offers professional development workshops for current K–12 classroom teachers, administrators and counselors, and for anyone who coaches classroom teachers and administrators. You can access workshops with our expert trainers in two ways: through open enrollment or by requesting a training. Review our frequently asked questions for more details.

Virtual Open-Enrollment Workshops

Each 90 minute workshop session costs $15 per participant and is delivered via Zoom. All tickets must be purchased online. (We are not able to accept cash, purchase orders or checks.) Explore the schedule below, and register today—space is limited! We continue to add new dates, so check back often.


"This was an amazing workshop! The presenters were charismatic and offered a perfect amount of guidance and opportunity to develop our own thoughts and strategies. I will definitely be recommending this to fellow educators!"

Upcoming Virtual Open-Enrollment Workshops

As we are able to schedule more open-enrollment workshops they will be listed here.  Please sign-up for our newsletter, at the bottom of this page, to make sure you are notified as soon as we post new workshop dates.


Who can attend a workshop?

Our workshops are open to educators only. Participants may include:

  • Current K–12 teachers, administrators and counselors.
  • Educators who teach or coach K–12 teachers, administrators and counselors.
  • Pre-service teachers.

How much does it cost to attend a virtual workshop?

  • The fee for individual virtual open-enrollment workshops is $15 per participant. All tickets must be purchased online. We do not accept offline payments such as purchase orders or checks.

I bought a ticket for a workshop, but I can’t attend. Can I get a refund?

We do not issue refunds. However, you can give your ticket to another educator to use. If you do that, we request that you contact us so we can update the participant list.

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Welcome to Learning for Justice—Formerly Teaching Tolerance!

Our work has evolved in the last 30 years, from reducing prejudice to tackling systemic injustice. So we’ve chosen a new name that better reflects that evolution: Learning for Justice.

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