To honor the Black community and all of those who share a responsibility
in the education of African American youth.
Positive News in the Black Community!
Black media outlets are an important part of the news market, especially for the sake of making sure our stories are told and represented in a way that’s not only for us but also by us. Unfortunately, the fate of those publications specifically is being threatened by a decline in advertisers, investors and subscribers. Thankfully, 10 Black newspapers from across the nation have come together to launch Word In Black, a collective platform that will aim to tell stories on the Black experience from different perspectives throughout the country.
The PISD Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion want to hear your concerns about issues you’re thinking about.
School Board meetings
Job opportunities for High School Students!
Virtual College Fairs!
Add Plano Area Alliance of Black School Educators as your Non profit organization. Press the button above to learn you can contribute while during your normal Amazon shopping!
37th TABSE Annual State Conference
FREE event for educators, students, and #racialequity advocates. Join us and help spread the word about Color of Education 2021.
The Call for Proposals is now open for the TABSE Texas 37th Annual State Conference to be held in Dallas, TX February 9-13, 2022! Accepted presenters are required to register for the conference at a discounted rate. Email questions to TABSEproposals@gmail.com.
NABSE and Curriculum Associates are strategic partners in supporting the growth and success of black leaders in education. To this end, Curriculum Associates has made possible a $10,000 scholarship to a qualified NABSE member pursing an advanced degree in educational leadership. The details and application for submission can be found at the link in the button above; the deadline for submission is 9/30/21
2021 NABSE $10,000 SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
To avail yourself of this opportunity, the applicant:
Must be a current dues-paying member of NABSE.
Must be currently enrolled in or accepted into an advanced degree program in education in a college or university with the goal of becoming a superintendent.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit the Scholarship Application Form.
Submit a 500-word, or less, essay on how an advanced degree will contribute to the goal of becoming a school district leader and further the goals of NABSE.
Upload a resume, brief bio, and three letters of recommendation.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO NABSE BY September 30, 2021
Monthly Motivational Music
Enjoy music from rising Artist and Plano Senior alumni Broderick Perkins!