African American Teaching Fellows of Charlottesville/Albemarle

Charlottesville, VA 22905, USA
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Our mission To recruit, support, develop and retain a cadre of African American teachers to serve Charlottesville and Albemarle County schools.
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African American Teaching Fellows of Charlottesville/Albemarle

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Support our teachers as they go back to school!

Over the past year-and-a-half, as a nation, we experienced struggles like never before. Schools, teachers, students, and families were challenged in ways none of us ever imagined. Locally, our Fellows rose to the occasion and taught thousands of students using virtual, face-to-face, and hybrid models, with very little training. Additionally, they impacted over 1,000 families… See full description
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How you help Our Fellows help eliminate this achievement gap. They serve as role models for all students, encouraging young people in our community to thrive, to recognize cross-cultural similarities, and to collaborate in the pursuit of academic excellence.
About us African American students suffer the most: in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, they are three times more likely to drop out of school than their white peers. They lack mentors who share their sociological and cultural roots, who can address the needs of a diverse student population.
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