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Tools for Tolerance® for Educators has funding for pre-K-12 public and private school educators, student teachers, teacher candidates, and the staff of California's schools, school districts, and educator organizations. If you are involved with students or teachers in California – we want you to register!
Group Programs are customized for the goals and needs of each group, but some common elements include:
Open Enrollment Institutes:
These programs are designed for individual registrants and offered in collaboration with our various partners. Please refer here to view the themes and topics of Institutes.
A credit card is required to secure your spot and guarantee your attendance. The credit card will only be charged if you do not complete the Institute. If you cannot attend, please notify us 7-days in advance or your credit card will be charged a cancellation fee of $75.
For All Programs: The grant covers the cost of tuition, select educational resource materials, water, coffee, snacks, and lunch. The grant supports some of the travel expenses for non-local participants who are located beyond a 50-mile radius.
Substitute coverage or reimbursement is not provided. Mileage reimbursement for drivers is not provided.
The minimum number of participants required for a customized group program is 30. If you have fewer than 30, please join with neighboring districts or inquire about our Open Enrollment Institutes.
One- and two-day programs are offered year-round, Sunday through Friday, with the exception of certain holidays. Our grant period has a finite end date, and all programs must be completed by June 30, 2019.
One-day programs are scheduled for a minimum of 8 hours, usually between 8:30am - 5:00pm. Two-day programs are scheduled on consecutive days, usually mid-morning until 6:00pm on the first day; and a full 8 hours on the second day.
As soon as you can! Dates are filling up quickly at the Museum of Tolerance. Because of this, we recommend that you submit your registration form now. You will identify preferred dates and the type of program that you wish to reserve. You will receive an email confirming your program once we have reviewed your information.
Limited grant funds are available for non-locals participants who are located beyond 50 mile radius from the MOT. Subsidies are awarded on a case by case basis.
TRAVEL: Round trip air fare up to $190 per person and/or ground transportation to and from LAX/Hotel and the MOT, OR a charter bus from your school location. For Open Enrollment participants, flight arrangements must be made more than a month before the program date.
ACCOMMODATION: One night's lodging with double occupancy for customized programs and single occupancy for Open Enrollment Institutes, at a hotel designated by the MOT. Be prepared to provide a credit card to secure your room reservation (the card will not be charged if you occupy the room) and when you check into the hotel for any personal incidental charges you incur during your stay.
Travel and accommodation must be arranged through a Museum of Tolerance designated agency. We will not reimburse for arrangements you make independently.
TO REGISTER: Check out the upcoming institutes here and fill out the registration form. Each registrant must fill out their own registration form. Once the institute has reached minimum attendance, you will receive an email from the Museum of Tolerance confirming your enrollment.
Please see the above question for travel and accommodation assistance information.
Yes! Some of our Institutes (as indicated) are approved for LAUSD Salary Point Credit and ALL of our programs are approved for USD Graduate Level Extension Credit. We are always working on getting more institutes approved, so keep checking in with us!
The Museum of Tolerance is wheelchair accessible. Lunch service always includes vegetarian options. Please ask us in advance if you have other special needs. ASL interpretation can be arranged if requested in advance. We will accommodate all reasonable requests.
NO. Outside food and beverages are not permitted on the premises.
Feel free to contact us at the Museum of Tolerance.
310.772.7620 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: The Museum of Tolerance will be closed on Sunday, June 9, 2019 and Monday, June 10, 2019 for the Jewish holiday of Shavuot.
The Museum is Closed Saturdays and Jewish Holidays - Winter Hours are in effect. The MOT closes at 3:30pm on Fridays between November - March. Last entrance is at 1:00pm.