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Equal Opportunity Schools: Celebrating Kelly Miller

Equal Opportunity Schools is celebrating Black History Month by recognizing inspirational Black educators. Kelly Miller was noticed at a young age for his aptitude in mathematics, leading to a scholarship to Howard University. He later became the first black man admitted to Johns Hopkins University, working on post-graduate work in mathematics, physics and astronomy. Miller returned to Howard University to teach sociology (a first) and became the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. For over a half century, Miller was an important figure in the intellectual life of black America.

We encourage you to learn more and join the conversation on our social media channels @EqualOppSchools.

Register Today for our Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School

Equal Opportunity Schools invites you to join our Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School, March 4-31, 2021! This year’s event will truly be transformational for you and your colleagues, with Role Alike sessions, three keynote speakers, and the opportunity to contribute to the discussion on what equitable classrooms look like.

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Join Keynote Speaker Dr. Karen Mapp at EOS’ Virtual Symposium

Join Equal Opportunity Schools for a conversation with Dr. Karen Mapp of the Harvard School of Graduate Education, at EOS’ Free Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School. Dr. Mapp is an expert in school, family, and community engagement and will provide insight into how those connections can boost student achievement and school improvements efforts.

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Equal Opportunity Schools: Celebrating Fanny Jackson Coppin

Equal Opportunity Schools is celebrating Black History Month by recognizing inspirational Black educators. While at Oberlin College, Fanny Jackson Coppin was the first Black person chosen to be a pupil-teacher. In her senior year, she organized evening classes to teach freedmen. Upon graduation, Coppin was appointed to the Institute for Colored Youth and within four years became head principal, influencing two generations of young people. In 1881, she married and together with her husband, the were a driving force in Black America.

We encourage you to learn more and join the conversation on our social media channels @EqualOppSchools.

Register for Role Alike Breakout Sessions at EOS’ Virtual Symposium

Equal Opportunity Schools is excited to share the session topics for our Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School, March 4-31, 2021.

Specifically designed to inspire educators from around the country to be equity champions and build equitable learning environments for students. Join us from the comfort of your home (office) or school for free! This virtual open space will be a way to connect and gear up for a month of learning together.

Role Alike sessions are for EOS partners while Keynote sessions are open to the public.


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