2014 Summits on Educational Excellence for African Americans

Students at any age, birth through adulthood, deserve opportunities—opportunities afforded by a high-quality school experience that prepares them for careers with family sustaining wages and opportunities for advancement in the global 21st century workforce. The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans and Ebony Magazine are proud to present, “The 2014 Summits on Educational Excellence for African Americans.”

GOALS FOR THE SUMMIT SERIES INCLUDE:

  1. Raising awareness about the importance of investing in African American educational excellence to ensure African American students, schools, and communities are supported in learning and development opportunities beginning at birth;
  2. Highlighting individuals and organizations who are successfully supporting African American educational excellence;
  3. Supporting community engagement by creating opportunities for parents, grandparents, guardians and caring adults to increase the number of African American’s who graduate from high school prepared for future success.

SUMMIT DATES AND LOCATIONS:

March 28-29, 2014   (Agenda)
Morehouse College, Ray Charles Performing Arts Center
830 Westview Dr. SW
Atlanta, GA 30314
With the Morehouse Research Institute on the African American Male

April 25-26, 2014 (Onsite registration is available) (Agenda)
Jackson State University, Jackson, MS
With the Coalition of School Educating Boys of Color

June 13-14, 2014 (Agenda)
Laney College, Oakland, CA
With Frontline Solutions 3rd Annual Gathering of Leaders

October 18, 2014 (Register here)
University of Pennsylvania, School of Law (Golkin Hall)
3501 Saxon Street, Philadelphia, PA  19104
With the Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education
[If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in this event, i.e. sign-language interpreter, captioning services, Braille, large print or CD Rom, please contact AfAmEducation@ed.gov no later than October 10, 2014.]