Tag: school choice and black students

New group aims to create pipeline of black school leaders, entrepreneurs in Florida

In an effort aimed at boosting black student achievement, a new group is forming in Florida to develop a cadre of black entrepreneurs and executives to lead high-quality schools, including charter and private schools. Black Floridians C.A.R.E. – which stands for Choice Advocates Reforming Education – is chaired by T. Willard[Read More…]

From public school educator to private school educator – Yvonne C. Reed-Clayton, podcastED

There’s no doubt parents are exercising school choice in growing numbers. But teachers and principals, too, are increasingly taking their talents to classrooms beyond traditional public schools. Yvonne C. Reed-Clayton, 73, of St. Petersburg, Fla., was ahead of the curve. In 1996, she retired after 34 years as a teacher[Read More…]