Black Educator Hall of Fame: Elizabeth Jennings Graham

E’ry day this month, the Center for Black Educator Development, in partnership with Phillys7thWard.org and Citizen Ed, will highlight a Black Educator Hall of Famer. But, don’t forget, e’ry month is Black History Month…February is just the Blackest. Today, our featured Black Educator is Elizabeth Jennings...

Black Educator Hall of Fame: Dr. Inez Beverly Prosser

E’ry day this month, the Center for Black Educator Development, in partnership with Phillys7thWard.org and Citizen Ed, will highlight a Black Educator Hall of Famer. But, don’t forget, e’ry month is Black History Month…February is just the Blackest. Today, our featured Black Educator is Dr....

The ‘Mother of Desegregated Education’ Was a Sacramento Teacher and Principal Who Knew Better Was Possible

E’ry day this month, the Center for Black Educator Development, in partnership with Phillys7thWard.org and Citizen Ed, will highlight a Black Educator Hall of Famer. But, don’t forget, e’ry month is Black History Month…February is just the Blackest. Today, our featured Black educator hall of...

These Students Got Their School District to Make Black History a Graduation Requirement

High school students in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, are about to get a fuller and more honest history education—and they made it happen. For the first time in state history, an entire district will require its students to take a course in African American history during their...

Here’s Why I Love Teaching About Social Justice

Social justice education has helped me mature in the art of teaching over the last 17 years. Each year, regardless of what capacity I serve in, I always focus on providing better educational outcomes for my students and their families.