Historically Black Colleges & Universities Strengthen America’s Black Teacher Pipeline

The number of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) contributing to innovation in the teaching profession is on the rise, nurturing the Black teacher pipeline across the country.

Participate in The 74 and the Progressive Policy Institute’s online panel at 12 p.m. ET on Tuesday focusing on the pivotal role of HBCUs in cultivating Black educators. Panelists include Katherine Norris from Howard University’s College of Education, Dr. Artesius Miller from Morehouse College and Utopian Academy for the Arts Charter School, Sharif El-Mekki from the Center for Black Teacher Development, and Marianna McMurdock from The 74. The discussion will be moderated by PPI’s Curtis Valentine.

Register for the Zoom webinar here or visit this page at 12 p.m. ET on Tuesday to watch the live stream.

For more in-depth coverage on the teacher workforce, explore the following:

  • How Black Educators in America’s Fastest-Shrinking City Are Rethinking Teacher Pipelines
  • Teacher Preparation Programs Show Positive Growth, Latest Federal Data Indicate
  • Removing Barriers to Teaching: Rise of Alternative Pipelines
  • Preserving Black History Begins with Fostering Black Teachers

Other articles

Post Image
Education
New Administrators’ Entry Plan

After years of diligent preparation for a school leadership role—participating i …

Read More
Post Image
Education
Cell phone policies in NYC schools highlight difficulties of implementing statewide ban.

Forest Hills High School’s cell phone policy appears straightforward on th …

Read More
Post Image
Education
Michigan school districts must allocate federal stimulus funds before deadline

Michigan is sitting on billions of dollars in COVID-19 federal funding earmarked …

Read More