This paper provides an in-depth examination of the challenges that educators, and particularly Black educators and learners, have faced in recent times. The 2022-23 academic year was particularly tumultuous, marked by cultural wars, safety concerns, legislative changes, and a rising exodus of educators. At a time when our community is under attack from multiple fronts, this document sheds light on the path forward.

NABSE Affiliate/Affiliate Parent Commission

Hello NABSE Affiliate/Affiliate Parent Commission The NABSE Parent Commission had the opportunity to collaborate with the National Fatherhood Initiative and Mocha Moms Inc. to sponsor the July 20th webinar “ Vaccination’s, Return to In-Person Learning and What All Parents Need to Know” of which key representatives from the U.S. Dept. of Education and the Center…

Miguel Cardona

Nomination of Miguel Cardona as Secretary of Education

January 06, 2021 The National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) welcomes President-elect Biden’s nomination of Dr. Miguel Cardona as the next United States Secretary of Education. By selecting Cardona, President-elect has signaled that his priorities for the Department are driven by educational imperatives. We are not naïve and short sighted in the belief that…