Impact Data

Our work is fueled by making lasting changes in our efforts to liberate schools for students, teachers, and school leaders.
Read below about the impact of our work.

BMEA’s 2022-23 Annual Report provides a look into the impact of our programming efforts over the past school year.

We invite you to read more by clicking below.

The Black Minds Leadership Program seeks to create a community that nurtures the Black male identity and a community of learners who support one another in their growth. The program is facilitated both during school hours meeting with young leaders to proactively support them while actively engaged in their learning and after school hours to develop community and cultivate skills.

We invite you to read our Impact Report for 2023.

 

BMEA ECTF + Partnership Data by Black Male Educators Alliance

This was an AMAZING experience!! Thank you so much for sharing your time and resources with us! I looked forward to these sessions each time and each time you all delivered above and beyond my expectations!! I am in awe of the work that you all do and I pray that we continue to cross paths moving forward! Keep educating the masses and keep inspiring others to be the best version of themselves for the benefit of themselves and others as well!

-Detroit Cristo Rey, HS Teacher,

Culturally Responsive Education Professional Development Series

BMEA School Partnership Data - Feb 2023 by Black Male Educator Alliance

I believe we need this gem of an organization to take over professional development programming around Restorative Practices, Trauma Informed Practices, SEL, CRE, Mental Health (Central Office, School Leadership, Staff, Families, and students), etc. throughout the state and outside of MI.

-PWPLC Fellow, Detroit School Leader

Testimonials

Thanks so much for your work! Distance learning has made it tough to connect with students and staff. These sessions are very thought provoking and a way to be vulnerable with others. It allows staff to connect and take some of the concepts to our classrooms. This work reinvigorates me in my distance classroom to continue to push through the numerous challenges and focus on what truly matters: connecting with my students and creating a space they feel welcomed and comfortable to take risks. I look forward to them each month! Thanks for your hard work to ask intentional questions and provide us with thoughtful resources that impact my teaching in a positive way!

-Detroit Cristo Rey, HS Teacher,

Culturally Responsive Education Professional Development Series

It allowed me to do more individual group work, and not so much whole class teaching. It felt more like a facilitator for them , instead of providing the information, then have them do something with the information. I enjoyed the different role, outside my comfort zone.

-Detroit Cristo Rey, HS Teacher,

The Fight for Environmental Justice in Detroit: PBL + Critical Consciousness

What I enjoyed most about this experience was the relevance and authenticity of the project. Getting to explore something in Detroit that impacts so many of our students and their families was great. Getting to hear from experts was fantastic as well. Finally, I know the majority of the students had some big takeaways from the project which hopefully results in some critical consciousness as they continue to learn and understand their own community.

-Detroit Cristo Rey, HS Teacher,

The Fight for Environmental Justice in Detroit: PBL + Critical Consciousness

These sessions are the best initiative for preventing Principal and teacher burnout.

-PWPLC Fellow, Detroit School Leader

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