What happens when the nation’s most valuable natural resource, our students, fail to thrive in the environments intended to protect and teach them?
Join us Tuesday, May 3 in Phoenix and Tucson as we present the 1st State of Black Education Data Report, this hosted discussion will include nationally known educators and activists in the world of education and a viewing of the documentary screening
SAVING TOMORROW TODAY | THE CURRICULUM OF THE NEW AMERICA sponsored by the University of Phoenix.
Byron Jones, Chief Financial Officer at the University of Phoenix will moderate a discussion with Dr. Charles H. F Davis III, Dr. Chris Edmin and Arizona House of Representative Reginald Bolding for a conversation around innovative solutions for marginalized youth in American’s education system. Dr. Davis and Dr. Edmin will also discuss their involvement in the Saving Tomorrow, Today| The Curriculum Of The New America national documentary.
Tuesday, May 3, 8:00-10:00AM, South Mountain High School- Phoenix
Tuesday, May 3, 6:00-7:30PM, Palo Verde Magnet High School- Tucson
The State of Black Arizona (SBAZ) is committed to facilitating a greater understanding among community stakeholders on the issues, concerns, and status of Arizona’s black community to improve decision making as it affects the lives of all Arizonans.
We are grateful to our event sponsors, University of Phoenix, NewsOne, Phoenix Union High School District and African American Student Services Department in the Tucson Unified School District. Without your support this would not be possible. Thank you!
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