Saturday, June 10, 2017
W.E.B. Du Bois—scholar, educator, activist—recognized the significance of educators, even beyond the education they provide: “Children learn more from what you are than what you teach.” Join us in celebrating outstanding Black male educators in Philadelphia-area public schools who demonstrate Du Bois’s truism. Those whose revolutionary teachings move all of us forward.
Nominate an outstanding Black male educator today!
Click here to nominate a highly effective Black male educator today for a chance to be honored by city leaders for their commitment to bringing justice to the classroom.
This award is based on exemplary achievement in the classroom and commitment to social justice.
- Must be African American, African descent
- Must be male
- Must have worked in schools over 2 years
- Must currently work in schools
For further questions, please contact The Fellowship at 1000×email@example.com.