Building the Black Educator Pipeline Podcast: A Powerful Black Teacher’s Story: Obstacles and Resilience

Posted by The Center for Black Educator Development on June 25, 2024

Former Mississippi teacher of the year and long time educator Renee Moore shares her story of overcoming racist systems and fighting to provide our kids with high-quality education.

Renee Moore, an award-winning educator and recipient of the 2001 Mississippi Teacher of the Year award, shares her experiences as a long-time Black educator in the south. Renee discusses the challenges within the current education system, the importance of making learning engaging and relevant, and the impact of culturally responsive teaching. She provides insights into her innovative approaches to teaching, demonstrating how education can be a powerful tool for empowerment and advancement. Join us for an inspiring conversation on the need for systemic change and the potential for all students to excel in school.

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