ECET2: A Celebration of Culturally Responsive Teaching


ECET2: A Celebration of Culturally Responsive Teaching is a convening of educators who are passionate about serving students learning English as a New Language, students with disabilities, and students who have been traumatized. This event is open to teachers from public schools, charter schools, and Catholic schools in Boston, Springfield, Worcester, and Lawrence. Teachers who attend will be treated as the VIPs who they are!

Sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Boston Compact, and the Center for Artistry in Teaching


Saturday, March 11, 2017

Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School

270 Columbia Road, Dorchester, MA

with a special evening finale at a local restaurant!

Friday evening reception at the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building in Roxbury with food, drink and a beautiful skyline view of Boston

TEACHER NOMINATIONS The ECET2 event is designed to celebrate teachers who are passionate about culturally responsive teaching and who demonstrate excellence at working with students who are marginalized. Please complete the  Teacher Nomination Form, so this teacher’s work can be affirmed and celebrated…and so this teacher can have an awesome weekend of fun and joy!  Self-nominations are entirely welcome!

A CALL FOR PRESENTERS! We are seeking presenters who have great ideas to share about culturally responsive teaching practices and effective means of working with students who have been marginalized. Presenters may be teachers, coaches, administrators, and community partners. The presentations may take any form –  facilitated discussion, arts integrated activity, writer’s workshop, yoga class…be as creative as you want! Please complete the Presenter Interest Form to share your talents, passions, and interests at the ECET2 convening.