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(DETROIT, MI) – Black Male Educators Alliance of Michigan to provide professional development, mentorship and certification assistance with cohort of aspirational teachers at Detroit’s New Paradigm for Education.

READ: The Developer – Vol 1 Issue 1

READ: The Developer – Vol 1 Issue 1

BMEA Presents: The Developer - Vol 1 Issue 1Happy New Year, BMEA! Thank you for your continued engagement during the ups and downs of 2020. We look forward to bringing you more programming, development and community outreach in this New Year. On this page you will...

001: Intro – The BMEA Podcast – Lifting Our Voices

Welcome to The BMEA Podcast - Lifting Our Voices! In this launch episode, hosts Chris Waston and Michael Payne introduce listeners to the origins of Black Male Educators Alliance of Michigan (BMEA) and tell listeners what they can expect on the show. Chris and Mike...

How to Recruit Black, Male Teachers and Why It’s Important

How to Recruit Black, Male Teachers and Why It’s Important

The teaching profession in America remains largely white and female. That means young African American males can go through school without ever seeing a teacher who looks like them.

Not only can this mean a lack of black role models, but it also means teaching doesn’t get held up as a profession that’s desirable for black men to pursue.

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