Parenting Students Matter w/ Nicole Lynn Lewis
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
3M ago
According to statistics, fewer than 2% of teen mothers earn a college degree before age 30. Furthermore, over half of all parenting college students leave school without a degree. Parent students, who are experiencing the stress of both educational requirements and parental duties, are a demographic who are often neglected and under-resourced by our educational institutions. On this week's episode of the Black on Black education, we sat with renowned author and CEO, Nicole Lynn Lewis. Nicole Lewis is the founder and CEO of Generation Hope, a nonprofit organization that works directly with teen ..read more
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Release the Foolishness (feat. Benita Gordon)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
4M ago
Do remember everything you really disliked about school? From the horrendous school food, the lack of useful curriculum and after school programs that would teach us stuff we could use our in futures, no preparation for your actual future, barely any technological education, being disappointed because your parent had to miss your achievements/important moments because of inconvenient timing, to the fact that literally no one would listen to us as students. Honestly, these qualities of school really made the experience sometimes suck. Even beyond these issues, there are so much fundamentally wr ..read more
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Do that right thing (feat Tinia Merriweather)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
4M ago
On this weeks episode of the Black on Black education podcast we met  with Dr. Tinia Merriweather PhD. Dr. Merriweather has dedicated 27 years to being an educator, teaching at middle schools, NYU grad programs and in mostly liberal progressive independent schools. She graduated from the HBCU Spellman, earned a PhD in applied psychology, conducted Human Critical participatory action research and so much more. Dr. Tinia Merriweather is an experienced teacher and an applied developmental psychologist who studies teachers and classroom processes while advocating for educational justice with ..read more
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Do that right thing (feat Tiana Merriwealther)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
4M ago
On this weeks episode of the Black on Black education podcast we met   with Dr. Tiana Merriweather PhD. Merriweather has dedicated 27 years to   being a educator, teaching at middle schools, NYU grad programs and in  mostly liberal progressive independent schools. She graduated from the  HBCU Spelman, earned a PhD in applied psychology, conducted Human Critical participatory action research and so much more. Tiana Merriweather is an experienced teacher and an applied developmental  psychologist who studies teachers and classroom processes while  advocati ..read more
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My Seven Black Fathers (feat Councilman Will Jawando)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
4M ago
On this episode of the Black on Black Education, we met with Maryland Councilman Will Jawando to discuss the reality of Black Fatherhood and the importance of their role with young people especially Black young male development. Black fatherhood has a powerful impact on the community and families that we often don't talk about enough in everyday conversation. The presence of fathers within the family has mostly been attached with positive social, economic, psychological and educational results among children. We discussed the role of Black fathers in the family and how their presence is instru ..read more
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STEM in our Community (Feat Kimberly Lane Clark)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
5M ago
STEM education is curriculum, pedagogy, and academic policy that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Currently, Black and Latinx STEM degree holders and workers are greatly underrepresented in the workforce. The supply of Black scientists, engineers, and mathematicians has been flat or falling for decades. Furthermore, Black STEM workers and degree seekers have abandoned the field at a much higher rate than White workers and degree seekers. The STEM workforce desperately needs Black participants as Black people only make up 9% of its current workers. In this episode o ..read more
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Worldwide Educator (Feat Adrienne Waller)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
5M ago
For all my educators, have you ever thought about teaching abroad or traveling around the world teaching and consulting with schools? Did you even know that there are opportunities to even teach abroad? On this weeks episode of the Black on Black education podcast, we had an incredible session with Adrienne Waller. Adrienee Waller is an educator who goes by the Worldwide Educator as she travels the world teaching in different countries and training teachers across the globe. Adrienne is the founder of the non-profit Worldwide Educator and has been in education for 15 years doing parent involve ..read more
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Shifting the Dynamics of Education (feat. Courtney Rose)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
5M ago
On this weeks episode of the Black on Black education podcast, we met with the amazing Courtney Rose. Courtney Rose is many things, a writer,  researcher, teacher educator or teacher pre-service educator, and education consultant. Throughout our conversation, we tap into all her experience, philosophy and insight to discuss the current state and hopeful evolution of education in America. We discuss the importance of teacher educators, the teachers vs students power dynamic, the need for and often lack of care towards student centered learning, advocating for change, academic research and ..read more
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Melanated PrinciGals (feat Shenora Jordan & Kanika Burks)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
5M ago
Imagine if a collection of Black and brown principals in your state  united to  build a safe community for them to share ideas, experiences  and inspire each other.  On this weeks episode of the Black on Black  education podcast, we met with Shenora Jordan & member Kanika Burks  of the Melanated PrinciGALS. Melanated PrinciGals is a collection of  black and brown principals that are primarily serve in Milwaukee with  the goal of collaborating and sharing each other's experiences to build a  sisterhood centered around service and educational lead ..read more
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Reading to New Heights (Feat. Deidra Mayberry)
Black on Black Education Podcast
by BlackonBlackEducation
6M ago
In the United states, there are 130 million adults or 54% of the adult  population that can't read at a sixth grade level. Many young people due  to generational or systemic factors aren't taught how to read or never  fully developed the skill which forces many to grow up without proper  reading skills. On this episode of the Black on Black education podcast,  we met with Deidra Mayberry, co-founder and executive director of  Reading to New Heights, to discuss the ongoing and often hidden issue of  illiteracy. Her program, Reading to New Heights, provides acc ..read more
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