Women’s History and Spring Renewal

Women’s History and Spring Renewal

Spring is upon us as we come to the end of Women’s History Month. We have much to be grateful for: renewal of life, our mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, grandmothers, granddaughters, aunts, nieces, and the many female teachers, colleagues and friends in our lives. Here at COSEBOC, where we focus…
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Persistence, Preservation and Preparation: Why COSEBOC Prioritizes the Social–Emotional Learning of Young Black Men

Persistence, Preservation and Preparation: Why COSEBOC Prioritizes the Social–Emotional Learning of Young Black Men

Ayanna Cooper of Language Magazine asks Ron Walker why COSEBOC prioritizes the social–emotional learning of young Black men. There are a number of recent initiatives focused on the health and well-being of students, especially students from racially and linguistically diverse communities. The social–emotional needs of students must be addressed first…
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