Eileen’s new book – Innovative Voices in Education: Engaging Diverse Communities
Learn what it takes to engage students and families from diverse cultures and improve student success.
Brimming with insights, resources and strategies from 17 ground-breaking educators and community leaders around the world. Find out more at: InnovativeVoicesinEducation.com
What are your challenges?
- Are the demographics of your community changing?
- Do you hear concerns that diversity lowers school achievement?
- Are families disconnected from school and from each other?
- Is your workplace filled with people from different cultures and backgrounds who lack the skills to collaborate and learn from each other?
- Does your leadership need to increase its cultural competence?
Eileen Kugler can help you strategically break through these challenges, leading to increased success for all. She will give you the tools to build a strong vibrant diverse school, community, and workplace.
Eileen brings unique credentials with hands-on experience of putting research into practice. She is an international thought leader on engaging students and families of diverse backgrounds, a critical link to student success. Eileen brings a new perspective to workplace diversity and inclusion – sharing lessons learned on cultural competence and generational differences from education, the first-line of diversity.
Learn how to break through myth-perceptions, value and leverage difference!
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“The inspirational conversation you led about cultural competency in public education was, to say the least, inspirational. While the audience was diverse in a multitude of ways, you created a safe space for an honest exchange of thoughts and ideas.”
-Joy Ford Austin, Executive Director, Humanities Council of Washington, DC
Discover innovative – and effective - strategies to transforming your school, community or workplace. Contact Eileen today! Start the conversation right now – call 703-644-3039
“eloquent and inspiring”
American School Boards Journal
“recommended for all parents, teachers, and professors of education…”
American Library Association
Debunking the Middle-Class Myth: Why Diverse Schools Are Good for All Kids is changing the dialogue about diversity. Required reading in schools, universities, and community gatherings, it earned two national Book of the Year awards – from The National Association for Multicultural Education and from Delta Kappa Gamma International, the women educators’ honor society active in 14 countries. Read excerpts and reviews.
Supporting literacy in rural South Africa: Creating a library for a township school!
Eileen and husband Larry volunteer each summer at A.V. Bukani Primary School in rural South Africa to build literacy. Seeing only a handful of books in the school, they organized a Library Project to bring 25,000 books — donated, sorted, and labeled by volunteers in the Washington, DC area — to this school. The excitement in the entire community was palpable as the library became a reality in August 2010. Read more about Eileen’s work in South Africa, her home on the other side of the globe.