Category Archives: Schools
New Oakland Education Investment Fund, Educate78, announces partnership with the Black Teacher Project!
The National Equity Project is honored to incubate and house the Black Teacher Project (BTP) and its founder and our ally, Dr. Micia Mosely! We’re excited to share that new Oakland Education Investment fund, Educate78, recently announced its partnership with … Continue reading
“Trust between teachers and students is the affective glue that binds educational relationships together. Not trusting teachers has several consequences for students. They are unwilling to submit themselves to the perilous uncertainties of new learning. They avoid risk. They keep … Continue reading
Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts spoke at the Democratic National Convention on the first night and referenced a school in Boston that has turned around. We were encouraged especially by the support services that help students deal with the effects … Continue reading
1) Commit to knowing your students well — academically, socially, and emotionally. Learn about their families, cultures, and interests. Ask questions, talk with parents, community members and colleagues, read books, watch movies, listen to music. Make home visits, or create … Continue reading
Teachers have been packing up classrooms and wrapping up the year to start their summer break, although many of them will work for extra money, many will take courses and workshops, read and do self-study, and de-stress and finally get some sleep. … Continue reading