CCODE has a team of facilitators who have worked together for five years doing diversity training work in high schools, colleges, universities, and the public and private sectors. We are multi-racial and multi-gender. We love working together and are passionate about the work we do.
Visit our WHO page to learn more about our players. We will pick a team that is geared to your personnel.
Address the deeper issues of racism, sexism, sexual orientation, classism, and ageism which can only be done with a diverse staff that is experienced, exemplifies diversity, and has an excellent track record.
Call us at 310.825.4424 to discuss specifics.
The Attorney General of the United States and the Education Secretary of the United States understand why diversity is so critical. They see it as a way to improve academics as well as the quality of life in schools and beyond.
Visit our WHY page to learn more about the value of diversity training to your organization.
Our staff were so lucky to have you and your wonderful team. You have definitely helped to start our year off with a bang!Michelle SerranoProgram DirectorPlayworks Southern California
Promoting diversity in schools is pivotal to teach “that our strength comes from people of different races, creeds, and cultures uniting in commitment to the freedom of all.”U.S. Department of Education2011
Schools and teachers should provide their students with the opportunity to interact with different perspectives and experiences in order to “raise the level of academic and social discourse both inside and outside the classroom; indeed, such interaction is an education in itself.”U.S. Department, Education2011
By minimizing our children’s experience with diversity we are denying “the experiences they need to succeed in a global economy, where employers, co-workers, and customers will be increasingly diverse.”Arne DuncanEducation Secretary 2011
The implementation of diversity in classrooms not just in schools is critical for teachers as “diverse learning environments promote development of analytical skills, dismantle stereotypes, and prepare students to succeed in an increasingly interconnected world.”Eric HolderU.S. Attorney General2011