The Refugee Educator Academy

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Preparing educators for inclusive, responsive, equitable teaching and learning practice in refugee, migration, and displacement contexts since 2017.

Why REA Matters

Hear REA teacher leaders explain the importance of REA in this short video:

Course Catalog

Visit our course catalog to browse and sign up for CLiP and REA learning opportunities and courses offered by partnering organizations or to access webinar archives.

Micro-credentials

Earn micro-credentials and demonstrate your expertise as a refugee educator. Tell your own story about your teaching and learning priorities, knowledge, and skills with digital badges you can share. Access our stack of micro-credentials here.

Global Chats & Practice Workshops

In times of crisis, we support each other. This is at the heart of our global work with the Refugee Educator Academy.

  • To be part of a structured conversation around refugee education practice, join our Global Practice Workshops every other Wednesday. Sign up here. Registration is required. Find more details here.


  • If you are a primary or secondary school educator working with refugee children, connect with us on Zoom each Thursday at 8am Pacific / 11am Eastern (U.S.); 3pm UTC / 6pm EAT (Kenya). No need to register for the Thursday sessions as they are open chat sessions.

Webinars & Critical Issues Workshops

In addition to the above offerings, we also have an ongoing global Perspectives from Schools webinar series (find details here) and a U.S.-based Critical Issues in Refugee Education workshop series (details here).



Preparing educators for inclusive, responsive, equitable teaching and learning practice in refugee, migration, and displacement contexts since 2017.

Why REA Matters

Hear REA teacher leaders explain the importance of REA in this short video:

Course Catalog

Visit our course catalog to browse and sign up for CLiP and REA learning opportunities and courses offered by partnering organizations or to access webinar archives.

Micro-credentials

Earn micro-credentials and demonstrate your expertise as a refugee educator. Tell your own story about your teaching and learning priorities, knowledge, and skills with digital badges you can share. Access our stack of micro-credentials here.

Global Chats & Practice Workshops

In times of crisis, we support each other. This is at the heart of our global work with the Refugee Educator Academy.

  • To be part of a structured conversation around refugee education practice, join our Global Practice Workshops every other Wednesday. Sign up here. Registration is required. Find more details here.


  • If you are a primary or secondary school educator working with refugee children, connect with us on Zoom each Thursday at 8am Pacific / 11am Eastern (U.S.); 3pm UTC / 6pm EAT (Kenya). No need to register for the Thursday sessions as they are open chat sessions.

Webinars & Critical Issues Workshops

In addition to the above offerings, we also have an ongoing global Perspectives from Schools webinar series (find details here) and a U.S.-based Critical Issues in Refugee Education workshop series (details here).


Guest Book

Please tell us about yourself. Sign our guest book here and share your teaching and learning context with us. Thank you!

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