Black Educators Share Their Thoughts on What Happens When White Women Cry in Schools

Kelli’s post originally appeared on Joy of Urban Education. In a recent article, Zachary Wright, a high school teacher, wrote As a White male teacher, whose goals are to not only teach, but also learn from my students, I need to be aware of, and need to name, the privilege that inevitably blinds me from truly understanding what it means to be Black in America. Thank you, … Continue reading Black Educators Share Their Thoughts on What Happens When White Women Cry in Schools

One Voice Talks the Right to a High-Quality Education No Matter the School

It’s National School Choice Week and One Voice believes that every student should have access to a high-quality school. Period. So we are honoring the week through the lens of educational equity – which, for us, is neither new nor a week-long jaunt.  We do this work every single day. Check us out: “Parent choice is a choice for educational freedom. Freedom, my brothers and sisters! … Continue reading One Voice Talks the Right to a High-Quality Education No Matter the School

Dr. Kelli N. Seaton – Philadelphia, PA

Dr. Seaton is an innovative, visionary, outcomes-oriented educational leader who is passionate about educational equity and social justice. She is committed to ensuring that children of color, particularly those living in urban areas, experience learning environments that actively embrace academic achievement, cultural proficiency, critical consciousness, community activism, and healing practices. Dr. Seaton studied English and secondary education at Howard University and earned an M.S. in … Continue reading Dr. Kelli N. Seaton – Philadelphia, PA