We join millions around the world to celebrate World Read Aloud Day! Reading aloud is a powerful way to spark the imaginations of learners, foster a love of reading, and empower your learners with questions.
Sankofa! Throughout Black History and Women’s History Months, we will share Black Herstory to amplify the stories of Black women by celebrating their accomplishments and inspiration. Join us as we “go back and get it” and look to the past for lessons to inform and inspire our moves forward!
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Given the realities of our US education system, we cannot assume that evidence-based interventions will be effective in all learning communities. We must investigate what is necessary for an evidence-based intervention to be adapted and implemented in an equitable and effective manner.
Dr. Erika D. Tate delivered the keynote for the Savannah- Chatham County Public School Systems (SCCPSS) THRIVE! Professional Learning Conference in Savannah, Georgia. Over two days, she addressed 200+ first- and second-year teachers and empowered their commitment to the pursuit of instructional equity.
We invite you to contribute to our Promoting Equity conversations that center childcare, its challenges, and approaches aimed to advance equity for children, childcare workers, families, and communities.
We invite you to contribute to our Promoting Equity conversations that consider how to advance racial equity and justice in schools, STEM, family conversations, and entrepreneurship.
To celebrate Black History Month, we showcase our favorite Black women for their accomplishments and inspiration! Watch. Read. Share. Inspire!