The Mission

To develop effective culturally responsive educators who cultivate learning partnerships AND grow independent thinkers into change agents for their communities.   

Our Programs

School Professional Development

BMEA offers a Culturally Responsive Teaching (CRT) workshop, with the purpose of building participants’ capacity in activating CRT practices, which nurture various cultural learning styles, rather than learning deficits, & support students as they grow as independent & confident learners.

Lifting Our Voices Podcast

Regular engagement with Black male educators and CRT professionals on related topics, like education policy, pedagogy, recent reform efforts, professional development, and career spotlights. Enjoy these stimulating and enlightened conversations bi-weekly on Thursdays at 7pm.

Early Career Teacher Fellowship (ECTF)

First through third-year Black male educators focused on addressing first-year challenges, including: unpacking and planning a CRT lesson, managing and prioritizing parent/family relationships, and the true emphasis for instruction.

Conferences and Events

Annual and quarterly convening events.

Principal Wellness PLC

A cohort of school leaders that engage in a series of activities to center wellness. These sessions provide principals with a new framework for sustainability and transformative practices that promote healing for themselves.

BMEA Male Mentoring Program

Mentoring program for young men designed to help them prioritize their learning, persevere through adversity, love and respect themselves and others, and gain insight into who they are and their strengths/talents.

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