Teacher diversity works.
Increasing the number of Black male educators in our nation’s teacher corps will improve education for all our students, especially for African-American boys.
Today Black men represent only two percent of teachers nationwide. This is a national problem that demands a national response.
Come participate in the inaugural National Black Male Educators Convening to advance policy solutions, learn from one another, and fight for social justice. All are welcome.
|Ticket||For Members||For Non-members|
|Saturday workshops and lunch only||FREE||$25|
|Friday welcome reception, Saturday workshops amd lunch||$25||$50|
|Friday welcome reception, Saturday workshops, lunch and dinner events||$75||$100|
|Friday welcome reception, Saturday workshops, lunch and dinner events, Sunday morning plenary session||$100||$125|
|Friday welcome reception, Saturday workshops, lunch and dinner events, Sunday morning plenary session and meet-the-speakers lunch, and one "Stay Woke" t-shirt||$125||$150|
Scholarships available for students, young teachers, and others. If interested, please contact the Fellowship at email@example.com for more information.
CALL FOR SPEAKERS AND PRESENTERS
Have something to say about improving teacher diversity and educational equity? We need to hear your voice.
We are now looking for speakers, presenters and workshop leaders who can inform and inspire this extraordinary gathering of national educators and like-minded supporters.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, telling us about yourself and how you’d like to participate in the convening.
We need your sponsorship to make this event a success.
If you think it is important to improve the educational outcomes for students everywhere—and if your think your company/organization would benefit from aligning yourself with such an important cause—we hope you will consider supporting us.