May 22, 2023

Black teachers want (and need) mentors

Schools don’t exist in a vacuum. They mirror the broader society and structures of power and privilege, of racism and inequality, are replicated within their walls. And so, the journey of a Black teacher is inherently different. It is marked by a unique set of challenges that white teachers, no matter how well-intentioned, cannot fully comprehend.

Read the full article, featuring Luminary Sharif El-Mekki, here.



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