"The cornerstone of anti-bias work is dialogue; and the first step to having these crucial conversations is learning how to sit with the discomfort that surrounds them...
That's where I come in."
-Kate M. Beal, M.A.T.
"Kate has made an impact on my students' lives and my life as an educator. She has shown me the way to incorporate every student's culture and beliefs, as well as facing my own biases. Taking Kate's anti-biases training has deepened, shaped, and developed my curriculum into an inclusive, well-rounded curriculum."
- Rebecca Antoine
Anti-Bias Educator Training
"Kate has the ideal combination of skills, knowledge, experience, and passion to be an anti-bias education consultant and trainer. She understands the basic principles of anti-bias education and what it looks like in the classroom. It's more than just activities - she knows how to make it integrated into the culture of the program, including relational work with children, families, and staff."
Former Eliot-Pearson Children's School Director (Tufts University)
Active Anti-bias Leader, Early Childhood Consultant, Lecturer and Author
"Kate taught me the importance of anti-bias teaching and how it should be implemented in the early years of children. For example, when I took her class, it encouraged me to add anti-bias to my curriculum for Pre-K students. As of now, this is something I practice as an educator."
- Melissa Chukwujekwu
Affirming Diversity Class