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Representation Matters: The Power of Black Educators & Mentors

For many school districts, finding and keeping teachers of color has proved difficult. In Boston, teachers of color make up 39% of all teachers, while students of color make up 86% of the student body. Recently, the district announced hiring the highest percentage of candidates of color in seven years and this year, Black educators comprised of 31% of all teacher and guidance counselor new hires. While progress has been made, there’s still much more work to be done.

Join City Year Boston for a virtual roundtable discussion with Black educators and mentors about power of representation in education and mentorship and its impact on students and young people.

You’ll hear from –

  • Dr. Charles Grandson, Chief Equity & Strategy Officer, Boston Public Schools
  • Kevin Dua, History Educator, Cambridge Public Schools
  • Isabel da Rosa, Special Education Teacher, Boston Public Schools
  • Courtney Lynn Dailey, Impact Director, City Year Boston
  • City Year Boston AmeriCorps members currently serving students in virtual classrooms

Thursday, February 25, 2021
7:00 – 8:00pm
Online
Registration is required.

Event Details
  • Event location Online
  • Event date Thursday, February 25, 2021
  • Event time 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm EST
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