Social Justice in Education


The term social justice is becoming more common in recent years but has been around for ages. When referring to social justice in education it can take two forms. The first focusing on equality within the educational system.  The second being how it is taught within the educational system.  It is important that educators are aware of the social justice issues students are facing.  Our job as educators is to help our students to the best of our ability. This class will cover topics such as the importance of social justice in education, how to promote social justice in the classroom, and criticisms of teaching social justice.

This course is applicable to all educators, guidance counselors/social workers/psychologists, administrators, and any related service providers of all subjects, grades K-12.

45 hours / 3 credits in-service and graduate credits.


Please note: If taking this course for MNU graduate credit, there is a TWO step registration process.

Step 1) Register with OSA by purchasing your Graduate Credit course below.

Step 2) Register with MNU: OSA will email you a registration link within 3 days. Click the link and complete your MNU registration. The separate fee to MNU will be $270.

$240 (OSA) + $270 (MNU)= $510 per graduate course with MNU.



Jinell White



(3 Credits / 45 hours)

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