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STATE OF BLACK EDUCATION REPORT

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Dixon, R. D., (2021). A Critical Quantitative Exploration of the State of Black Education.
The Black Teacher Collaborative.

Vision

BTC’s vision is to create the conditions so that for every Black student, there will be challenging, affirming, and innovative learning environments staffed by a critical mass of high-quality Black educators equipped to maximize shared racial identity learning experiences over the course of their elementary and secondary education.

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pHILOSOPHY

Black Teacher Collaborative, a social entrepreneurship venture, provides an opportunity to engage in development of strategies and tools that build the mindsets, skills, and knowledge needed to actualize a new model for Black teacher impact and efficacy.  So how will we do it?

Mission

BTC’s mission is to engage, develop, and support a collective of Black educators who will ensure that Black children achieve at high levels academically while simultaneously preparing them with the intellectual, social, emotional, and cultural capital to actively participate in the ongoing advancement of their communities.

 

OUR SUPPORTERS

Training Black teachers to leverage Shared Racial Identity Learning Environments to transform their schools.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Behind The Scenes: Today's meet & greet with @CCPSNews, whom we're excited to partner with in our Algebra I Fellowship to create more liberatory learning experiences for Black children, and build math skills critical for access to high level #math courses. #betonblackteachers

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"I believe wholeheartedly that math can be a vehicle to understand the world, but only if students can connect to the skills and concepts and only if we show them how mathematics relates to their world." - @nmhollan12 https://www.edreports.org/resources/article/why-i-center-student-experiences-in-my-math-class #stem #math #blackteachers

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Behind The Scenes: Today's meet & greet with Clayton County Public Schools, whom we're excited to partner with in our Algebra I Fellowship to create more liberatory learning experiences for Black children, while building math skills that are critical to accessing high level mathematics courses. "Our children not only need to know how to do the work, but also how to move in the world." - Hiewet Senghor, Founder of Black Teacher Collaborative#betonblackteachers #blackteachers #blackeducators #math #stem ... See MoreSee Less
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