Tar Heel Teachers at Home is a weekly videocast focused on engaging North Carolinians in conversations about education. Each week, a panel of educators interview a guest(s).
In this videocast, the Tar Heel Teachers talk with James E. Ford (executive director of CREED — Center for Racial Equity in Education) about his comprehensive report titled E(race)ing Inequities: The State of Racial Equity in North Carolina Public Schools.
Ford is also a member of the State Board of Education, and he was recognized as the 2014 Burroughs Wellcome Fund NC Teacher of the Year.
This week’s panel:
- Moderator: Marlow M. Artis, Upward Bound Director with Sampson County Schools. Twitter: @TarHeelTeachers
- Elementary School Panelist: Amy Tart, 5th Grade Math/Science Teacher with Clay County Schools. Twitter: @cards4scholars
- Middle School Panelist: Special Education Teacher with Cumberland County Schools. Twitter: @cparsonec
- High School Panelist: Mika Twietmeyer, Biology Teacher with Durham Public Schools. Twitter: @MikaJHunter
- Support Personnel Panelist: Aritia Smalls, AIG Program Specialist with Cumberland County Schools. Twitter: @SmallsAritia
- Guest(s): James E. Ford, Executive Director of CREED (Center for Racial Equity in Education). Twitter: @JEFordNCTOY