In the past, IRP offered a Teaching Poverty 101 workshop that provided strategies and resources for instructors developing college-level courses and lessons on poverty and inequality. The workshop brought together college faculty and instructors from across the United States to the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus for several days of intensive, collaborative work during which they shared their own teaching expertise and developed a model course syllabus. The program was open to all college faculty and instructors in any postsecondary institution—university, college, or community college.
IRP does not currently have plans to offer Teaching Poverty 101 in the future. However, materials from past trainings can be found below.