Advocates Observe Black History Month
February 9, 2018

February is Black History Month, and across the Network, members, partners, and other advocates are celebrating African American leaders of the past and present, as well as sharing resources.

The Education Trust is featuring Common, John Legend, and other celebrities for their leadership on equity issues.

Educators for Excellence is recognizing modern equity pioneers like Marian Wright Edelman and sharing classroom resources for educators.

Stand for Children has launched a Share Your Dream campaign that features parents discussing their hopes for their children.

Democrats for Education Reform is featuring Black Democrats, including Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Barack Obama.

50CAN is honoring black leaders in education like Mary McLeod Bethune.

The Education Post is also highlighting black educators through a new video.

The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools also acknowledged black educators.

The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence is spotlighting famous black Kentuckians.

Innovate Public Schools is celebrating by sharing resources for families and educators.

We’ll be updating this page throughout the month. Do you know of another Network organization celebrating Black History Month? Reach out!

    Laura Mann

    Laura is PIE Network's Senior Director, Communications, Standards, and Accountability

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