Please join NCTR’s Black Educators Initiative (BEI) and a panel of dynamic speakers on Wednesday, February 22 at 2 p.m. CT/3 p.m. ET for the “Doing Better for Black Educators: Six Policy Recommendations for Improving the Recruitment and Preparation of Black Educators” webinar, focused on state, higher education, and school district policy considerations for the recruitment and preparation of Black teachers.
This webinar is beneficial for education policymakers; anyone working within the teacher preparation field; and school districts, states, educators and anyone who believes in the importance of supporting Black educators across the United States.
The webinar will dive into six policy recommendations from a forthcoming report that is informed by BEI’s impact and work and is scheduled to be released in mid-February.
- Kathlene H. Campbell, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, National Center for Teacher Residencies
- Eric Duncan, J.D., Assistant Director of P-12 Policy — Educator Diversity, The Education Trust
- Lindsey Hamilton, Director of Equity and Programming, Nashville Teacher Residency
- Charles King, President and Chief Executive Officer, Kansas City Teacher Residency
- Faith Wilkerson, Ed.D., Program Director, Minority Educator Recruitment, Retention and Equity Center, Virginia Commonwealth University/RTR
- Latanya Daniels, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Richfield Public Schools (MN)
Registration is available and open free to the public!