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Affordable Housing Initiative Helps Recruit, Retain Black Teachers in Education

INDIANAPOLIS: The Educate ME Foundation is assisting Black educators achieve homeownership through its Teacherville initiative. This program aims to reduce the barriers to homeownership...

Author: Black teachers’ resistance to segregation 60 years ago holds lessons for teachers today

By TONYAA WEATHERSBEE As a Birmingham, Alabama, native, Tondra Loder-Jackson was inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. She was especially inspired by...

IPS to dedicate science room for Manona Martin

Indianapolis Public Schools announced it will honor educator Mrs. Manona Martin. Martin made history as the first African American teacher at IPS James Whitcomb Riley,...

You cannot box us in: What schools need to know about the black male teacher experience (part II)

Have you ever been put in a box? Society does it often, especially regarding Black males from particular communities. Additionally, Black men get put...

COMMENTARY – Empowering communities: The transformative potential of microschools for Black students

As a career-long educator who firmly believes in student-centered learning environments that empower communities and families, I know we must advance educational equity with...
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