Read carefully because…

Now You Can Get Evidence-Based Strategies that Raise Your Struggling Students to Grade Level (or above), PLUS Reduce Discipline Issues, and Bring Back the Joy in Teaching

COVID-19 Notice for You

As of today, we are still holding each of our scheduled events in June and July 2020. You may now register safely to save spots with our revised “zero cancellation penalty” policy. Our promise to you is that your event will include these guidelines:

Health Safety: clean restrooms (within 50 steps) for quick handwashing and antibacterial wipes or hand sanitizer

Social Safety: social distancing and smaller audience sizes

Reduced Risk: If at any point before the workshop, you feel uncomfortable about attending, your registration fee will be refunded with zero penalty from Jensen Learning.

We will not reschedule these events, ever. This is your final chance. Opportunity knocks; but you still have to open the door. Register today with full confidence and get ready to enjoy your most relevant, engaging and valuable event ever.


JUNE SOLD OUT! July events still available


Listen, if your students come from poverty, you may have challenges. Poverty can have nasty effects on your students’ brains. But the opportunities are amazing! Equity is the solution. You’ll learn HOW to foster equity for a daily “love of learning.”

Unless your staff believe it is possible to change, want to make the changes and then actually implement them, your odds of success are pretty low. This message is all about how to improve the odds. How? Your biggest challenge is the “how-to” for fostering equity at your school. I will show you how it can be done and how it has already been done across the country. Here’s feedback from last year’s event…

“This has been one of the BEST conferences, and the research was incredibly powerful.” – Michelle D. Virginia Beach, VA

Teaching and Engaging with Poverty and  Equity in Mind

All Events are held at the
Omni San Antonio at the Colonnade Hotel
San Antonio, Texas

Choose from:
June 22-24, 2020 SOLD OUT!
June 25-27, 2020 SOLD OUT!
July 13-15, 2020
July 16-18, 2020

Tuition: $495

ONLY $79

But, if you want to know what’s in the course, how it is different, what you will gain from it, and how we stack up, lean in and keep reading.

Summer learning gives staff the rare, in-depth advantage to learn this startling research and make plans for implementation. Get trained by the original brain-based, evidence-powered training that is making a difference in the lives of thousands. Here’s what one of last year’s participants said…

“Out of all the PDs I have ever attended I can honestly say this is the clearest and surest path to teacher and school success. This workshop is truly an amazing tool and I am so thankful I attended.”  – Dana D., OK

Before you get the inside scoop on this 3-Day Jensen Event, “Teaching & Engaging with Poverty & Equity in Mind”  let’s find out if this program is for you.

Check the items below to see if you have any of the everyday struggles that many other teachers at Title 1 Schools have.

Do your students:

  • Start below grade level in reading and math?

  • Consume WAY too much of your precious time?

  • Have an attitude that infects others in the class?

  • Underperform from lack of effort or motivation?

  • Miss classes, are truant or are at risk to dropout?

  • Arrive at or below grade level and continue to struggle?

  • Act out, talk back, shout or misbehave?

If these are some of your issues you are having in the classroom, please keep reading. You are about to learn about a revolutionary program that has 1000’s of educators raving about it. Maybe you’ll be another success story like this teacher, a year after they finished this same program.

“Many of my students went from ‘not proficient’ to meeting benchmarks in just one semester.  The growth in my class was one for the record books.  My students improved in all areas and I rose above the district and state average in just one year.  Most importantly, many students told me I was the best teacher they had ever had.” – Janelle H., math teacher, OR.

You want to attend an engaging event, too?
Here’s a brief video shot by one of our participants:

Please let me introduce myself (in the photo). I am a former classroom teacher and author of 31 books including Teaching with Poverty in Mind, Enriching the Brain, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind and Poor Students Rich Teaching.

My real passion has been helping struggling students become a success. In fact, it was the subject of my doctoral dissertation for my PhD. Jensen Learning only uses engaging, evidence-based tools that work in real schools like yours.

What my research uncovered is not just the corrosive effects of poverty on the brain, but also highly effective equity factors that turn out to be of MASSIVE value when applied a specific way. I verified these strategies by working with hundreds of Title 1 schools.

One school (I worked with twice) has 760 secondary students, with 100% on free and reduced lunch. Data shows 93% of the students are of color. Yet, this school is listed every year in U.S. News and World Report’s Annual “Best 100 High Schools in America.” And, every year, 95% (or more) are accepted to a top university.

Do you still think success is impossible? Listen: impossible means nothing—if you know what to do and how to do it.

Have I got your attention? Are you interested in knowing how this school (and hundreds of others) make jaw-dropping miracles happen every year? If so, the good news is that, as a result of attending the Jensen Learning “Teaching and Engaging with Poverty & Equity in Mind” course:

You Will Get Actionable, Evidence-Based Tools
that Improve Student Behaviors, Attitudes, Capacity and Effort

Unfortunately, there can be cynicism among some educational leaders and classroom teachers out there regarding making changes in their school.   You might hear these leaders and teachers say, “Hey, I won’t be at this school much longer. And besides, there’s not much I could do different anyway.”

They might be right about leaving their school soon. But they’re dead wrong in thinking there’s not much they can do right now.  In this program I will show you precisely what these successful schools do and how they do it so the success can be replicated at your campus. Here’s what a past participant said:

“Your workshop has changed my life. I have had so many success stories; I wouldn’t know where to begin. I have truly rekindled my passion for teaching using your tools of engagement strategies. As a matter of fact, today I was voted Teacher of the Year Yesssssssssssssss!!!!! I look forward every day to engaging my students in the learning process. I honor you and your dedication to providing teachers with the best and latest brain researched strategies to engage all learners of any age or skill level. Forever in gratitude.” – Donna B., 6th grade middle school

Pause for a moment and let that comment soak in… Is that what you were looking for and hoping for? Maybe you’ll be saying what another participant said last summer.

“Absolutely LOVED the training! Such great info, takeaways, energy! Considering taking this course? Do it!”  Emily W., MO

Fortunately, I have discovered what REALLY matters most and what doesn’t matter. And now, I’ve put these unique factors into a fun, highly engaging, classroom-practical, research-based, 3-Day “Teaching and Engaging with Poverty & Equity in Mind” event.

Now let’s dig in… What exactly will you get?




8:00 – 8:30 am Registration

8:30 – 9:15 am Success Culture-Building, whole group and team norms, logistics, effect sizes, and success stories

9:15 – 10:15 am Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and how the brain is changed

10:15 – 10:30 am Break

10:30 – 11: 45 am  Brains, students, teachers, and schools can change; the role of equity

11:45 – 1:00 pm – Lunch

1:00 – 2:15 pm 5 instructional themes, learn to teach with equity in mind (that’s the difference)

2:15 – 2:30 pm Break

2:30 – 3:30 pm  Continuing with 5 instructional themes

3:30 – 4:00 pm  Making personal changes (part 1 of 3), change starts with our self


8:30 – 8:50 am  Retrieval work, teamwork, and what do students need specifically to succeed

8:50 – 10:15 am  8 Qs that can change your teaching, “BACE” (behaviors, attitude, cognitive skills, and effort) as a powerful new “lens” for teaching equity

10:15 – 10:30 am  Break

10:30 – 11:45 am  Continue with “BACE” for teaching with equity

11:45 – 1:00 pm  Lunch

1:00 – 2:15 pm  Continue with “BACE” for teaching with equity

2:15 – 2:30 pm Break

2:30 – 3:30 pm  Foster collective staff efficacy building, learn the team-building skills that will move students and schools forward quickly

3:30 – 4:00 pm  Begin the self-care toolkit, making personal changes (part 2 of 3), change begins with habit formation


8:30 – 9:00 am Retrieval, teamwork, overview of making change happen

9:00 – 10:15 am  Successful teachers start from within; build a personal change template, determine and engage gutsy goals and personal narratives, learn how to turn ideas into strategies, then strategies into habits

10:15 – 10:30 am  Break

10:30 – 11:00 am  Group mixers for sharing intel and learning

11:00 – 11:30 am Create personal 3-part (yearlong) scenario, change works with a clear plan

11:30 – 11:45 am Evals

11:45 – 1:00 pm  Lunch

1:00  – 1:30 pm Types/Value of Support, plus how to foster it and use it wisely.

1:30 – 2:30 pm  Learn to engage parents more effectively, types/value of support, plus how to foster and use it wisely

2:30 pm  CLOSING

Yes, you CAN learn how to turn your school into a “believe it or not” success story with “tears of joy” test scores. Really? Yes! Read this:

“Great modeling of solid, research-based teaching strategies.  I was really engaged the entire time.  One of the best and applicable staff developments I have ever attended.” – M. Angelo, Orlando, FL


    Skyrocket student learning with genuine hope backed by science and a success-proven, step-by-step action plan. Learn directly from Dr. Eric Jensen how you can literally change the brains of poverty to brains of success!


    how to skyrocket student performance by applying cutting-edge brain-based strategies to help your lowest-performing students;


    classroom stress by cracking the code of how our brain changes and other learning challenges;


    frustration and drudgery to hope and positive accomplishment;


    to work armed with unstoppable knowledge, practical skills for solving previously unsolvable problems, and reaching previously unreachable learners.

Proven, evidence-based models for transforming staff helplessness into positive empowerment. Now, when you learn all of these powerful insights during this event, what would you guess would happen? Results! Read what one participant just said…

“I was impressed with the many strategies that I’ll take back to school. I thought it was phenomenal and will have a huge, immediate impact on my students and the staff I work with!” – M. Fisher, Amherst, NY.

Here’s what I can also promise you… we will NOT have seats for your team this summer unless you start taking action soon.

Your registration investment with Jensen Learning includes the following:

You get three days of engaging, high quality, evidence-based learning.

Dr. Eric Jensen is an expert in the field. He has visited countless Title 1 schools, authored 30+ books, and will answer each and every one of your questions.

Your team can get personal Q & A time at the end of the day.

You get collaboration time to maximize insights and planning.

Skills and resources that can be implemented immediately and not sit on the shelf, waiting for funding approval.

You get complimentary morning beverages (juice, tea, and coffee) and afternoon snacks (cold drinks and munchies).

You get a superb, full color, wire bound workbook that lays flat and has every slide for maximum retention and review. When you blend these features together, your workbook is amazing!

Networking with educational game-changers.

Ready for real change? This is what a participant said last year.

“If you want a PD that will change your life and career (because it will), do this! I don’t think I have ever been to a more comprehensive training with the potential of impacting so many students and teachers. Research-based and all by a powerful, passionate presenter. Lively fun! – C. Robinson, TX

San Antonio, TX
Workshop Hours: 8:30am – 4:00pm
(we finish at 2:30pm on last day)
Your $495 $79 is a HUGE Value

You’ll be taught by a “Top 30 Global Guru in Education” (   You’ll get a hands-on teacher, leader, author (30+ books), and trainer who has interacted with neuroscientists and consulted with hundreds of schools around the country. And, wouldn’t you rather go back to your school with a real-world (vs. Ivory Tower) action plan that helps your school become an amazing, shout-out-loud success story?

Plus… you’ll even learn how to share this valuable information with others. Check this out!

“The three days have been amazing. You provided so many tools, but the biggest takeaway was how to share with my colleagues.” Lisa S., OH

“Thank you for an amazing training. It will help me for my own trainings I am doing next month.” Jodi E., TX

If you’ve read this far, you KNOW it’s for you.

You and I know, if you want anything badly enough, you’ll find a way.  And besides, it’s risk-free. You’ve got a satisfaction or money back guarantee. (See below)

So, how do you maximize the benefits? The more staff you bring, the greater the chances for success back at your school. You do not want a divided school. Period.

So, go for it, before it’s filled.  Your students’ future is important, and this may ensure success of all.

But wait… remember one thing!

Here’s Your Iron Clad, Fully Safe Guarantee:

Our “Cancellation Policy” is simple: If an emergency comes up anytime and you cannot attend (health emergency, family situation, etc.) you may cancel and get a refund (minus $50 admin fee). But my promise to you gets even better.

If, after you attend day one (no later), you decide that this program is NOT for you, please tell our staff and you may dis-enroll and we’ll refund your tuition paid to date (minus $50 admin fee). To qualify, simply 1) let our on-site staff know,  2) return your course workbook,  and we’ll part friends with no hard feelings. This is our way of lowering your risk. Why? We do business as if our roles were reversed. If we were your customer, we would appreciate this same, iron-clad guarantee from you.

Is the event that good? Really? Yes, really! Read this!

“I’m leaving this workshop thinking, ‘If you think I was good then, you ain’t seen nothing yet!’ Thank you for this…I will be forever changed, and over the years, thousands of children will benefit from this.” – Linda H., Angleton, TX

To Your Success,

Eric Jensen, President, Jensen Learning

P.S. Next year at this time, you’ll be a year older – no matter what you do. But if you attend one of our programs, you may be like this participant who said, 

“I teach secondary and implemented many of your strategies… saw huge growth in my students. In the past, I was thrilled to get 1.5 years of annual progress. But last year, it was 2.0 – 2.5 years growth. My classes are fun to teach, and my students enjoy it.”  – Andrea B, Title 1 Middle school teacher, OR

We have usually filled every event since we started in 1995.  And 2020 will be the last programs from Jensen Learning… ever. That means you must start saving a place for yourself or your team ASAP!

Thank you!

Savings Now in Effect!

ONLY $79 Seat!

All Workshops are in San Antonio, Texas:
July events still available
July 13-15, 2020
July 16-18, 2020

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