Strengthening the Black Educator Pipeline - Part 4
UNCF UNITE 2022 • 1h 16m
Strengthening the Black Educator Pipeline | UNITE 2022: UNCF Summit On Black Higher Education
When Black students in primary and secondary schools have Black teachers, they do better in school; however, only 7% of all public/charter school teachers in the U.S. are Black. Listen to panelists discuss the role HBCUs play in nationwide teacher diversity efforts.
PRESENTERS: Sharif El-Mekki, Founder and CEO, Center for Black Educator Development; Kristina “Steen” Lyles, VP for Equity and Impact, DonorsChoose; Rachel Maye-Haywood, Intermediate Interventionist, Wolf Creek Elementary School in Atlanta; Sekou Biddle, UNCF VP for Advocacy and Programs; Dr. Meredith Anderson, Director of K-12 Research, UNCF; Dr. Keeley Copridge, Senior Research Associate, UNCF Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute
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