#Blackeducatorsmatter: The Experiences of Black Teachers in an Anti-Black World

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$43.70
Publisher
Harvard Education PR
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Pages
232
Dimensions
6.1 X 7.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781682538869

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About the Author

Darrius A. Stanley is an assistant professor of educational leadership and Carmen Starkson Campbell Faculty Fellow of Innovation and Teacher Development at the University of Minnesota

Reviews

"#BlackEducatorsMatter is a masterpiece that unflinchingly reminds us that we must significantly invest in the recruitment and retention of Black educators to save public education in the US. This collection of works highlights not only our collective commitment to liberation, but what Black educators mean for the fulfillment of Black hope, love, and possibility."--Muhammad Khalifa, professor of educational administration and executive director of Urban and Rural Initiatives at The Ohio State University and author of Culturally Responsive School Leadership
"A must-read as we press forward toward a recommitment, recentering, and retheorizing of the work of Black educators--educators who are still essential to the social, emotional, and academic success of Black children. Contributors compel us to ponder the question, 'how shall we sing our song in what is still a strange land for Black people.' Scholars across disciplines who center their work in social and racial justice and critical examinations of race will benefit greatly from this book."--Linda C. Tillman, professor emerita, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill