Let's not lose any more great educators presents

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Re-ignite that sense of purpose.

Empower all educators to understand and reframe student behaviors in these high-pressure, post-COVID, very different times.

Leverage the force that brought them to this profession in the first place: compassion.

According to the NEA, approximately 48% of teachers are thinking of leaving their positions. Meanwhile, cohorts are dropping in schools of education. School districts must take steps now to retain quality educators.

We can help with proven training that provides immediate results in tough times.

The Professional Learning That Educators Love

This high-impact training is based on the 5-star rated book Compassionate Teaching by Amelia Leighton Gamel.

Part 1 of A Compassionate Teaching Reset includes 20 copies of the book.

  • Restore a sense of purpose for teachers and administrators

  • Support positive student behaviors that dramatically impact learning

  • Inspire a shared school culture grounded in belonging & engagement

  • Improve faculty and staff morale and satisfaction for a job well done

Two 90-minute sessions create an immediate impact


Part 1

A powerful training where teachers experience a transformational shift in their understanding and reframing of students’ behaviors

Informed by a clear description of how under-resourced cultures impact students (and their families) and how that plays out in classrooms, attendees leave this session prepared to put compassionate, high-impact practices to immediate use.


Part 2

Educators and leaders gain deep insight into how they can build compassionate teaching into everything they do in the classroom

Using a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach, attendees gain actionable insight into how their own beliefs, thoughts and feelings can interfere with, or promote, compassionate approaches when responding to challenging student situations. 

About Amelia Leighton Gamel

Amelia Leighton Gamel, a nationally recognized educator, author, trainer and speaker, delivers uniquely impactful and thought-provoking training sessions that are improving teacher retention and morale at schools throughout the United States. The effectiveness and popularity of her training program have led to the formation of Equitable EDU, LLC, through which she provides highly interactive professional development to pre K-20 educators.

Gamel first put her commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging into practice as an educator in a K-12 urban school system, where she purposefully and successfully created and modeled equity-minded and race-conscious teaching. With nearly 10 years of K-12 teaching experience, she then worked in higher ed as a Diversity & Inclusion Specialist and tenured Assistant Professor.

Gamel has authored numerous academic books and publications that address how educators can leverage the power of compassion to help students succeed. Gamel is also a recurring guest on Education Talk Radio and other media platforms that focus on groundbreaking professional development.



Research shows it’s more effective to retain current students than to recruit prospective students.


The same goes for retaining teachers.

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