"Every child deserves a Black teacher"

Call for Presenters: Due November 22, 2017

Are you a Black teacher in New York City? Have you been waiting for an opportunity to share your favorite strategies with other educators? Well, the time has come for you to share your most innovative, creative, engaging, and successful strategies with educators who are eager learn new practices to implement in their spaces!   … Continue reading Call for Presenters: Due November 22, 2017

David Edwards at Stay Woke

    Last weekend I attended the first national convening of The Fellowship: Black Male Educators for Social Justice, and I am still trying to process my thoughts! As a young Black male educator about 90 minutes from Philadelphia, I remember hearing rumblings over the years about a group of Black male teachers that were … Continue reading David Edwards at Stay Woke

Celebrate Black Teacher Learning with BTP

If you’ve been to any programming with the Black Teacher Project, you know that we like to take a moment to reflect together. We do the same process internally, and one of the results from our first full year of programming is our annual report for 2016 to 2017. Today, we are thrilled to share … Continue reading Celebrate Black Teacher Learning with BTP

Welcome, Fellows!

The upcoming 2017 – 2018 school year will be the kick-off for the first group of Black Teacher Project fellows. We selected a dynamic group of mid-career teachers working in the Bay Area who have committed to this three year program. Together, this learning community will engage in ongoing classroom-based inquiry with structured support to … Continue reading Welcome, Fellows!

Creating Healing Space for Black Female Educators

Second Annual Women’s History Month BAY AREA CONVERSATION WITH BLACK TEACHER PROJECT Thursday, March 30, 2017 | 5:30pm to 7:30pm Reposted with great appreciation from www.blackfemaleproject.org. Our second annual Conversation with Black Teacher Project was a success, as community members and educators came together for a timely Women’s History Month conversation. Guests came to observe … Continue reading Creating Healing Space for Black Female Educators

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