We're always excited to see what Fellows do, and we recently got work of a great new program at Freedom Middle School in Franklin.
TEC Fellowship Alumni Tequila Cornelius, Priscilla Conerly and others instituted a schoolwide book study recently to engage students and help them bond and build relationships.
Endorsed by school administrators, the book study was designed by the school’s literacy team, which works with media specialists to choose the right young adult novel to study. This year’s selection was “The Crossover” by Kwame Alexander, a story told in poems, and the book study kicked off Jan. 12.
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We have faith that in order to make sure that powerful accountability systems that upgrade unbiased results and greatness in education, more educators of color required a shared, high voice and stronger existence. Achieving this needs engaging and summoning educators of color with chances to fellowship, budding layers of mentorship between preservice educators of color and in-service educators of color, and displaying the educators of color to assorted leadership chances. Our vision is to grow, connect, and support educators of color with important power who shape, generate, and throw an impact on policy. And our mission is to increase the voice, existence, and support for educators of color while remaining student-centered and answer-oriented.
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