Transfers & Open Enrollment examines educational policies' impact on Black school communities.
International speaker and presenter, Dr. Howard E. Fields III currently serves as an Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Adjunct Professor. He is the author of the book, How to Achieve Educational Equity, co-founder of Black Males in Education St. Louis (BMESTL) and EduOpenings.com. As an educational...
From large keynote addresses to small group discussions, Dr. Fields has spoken in front of thousands of individuals on many topics.
Engaging individuals in content drastically increases the chances of successful implementation. Dr. Fields works with organizations across multiple sectors.
Creating and implementing strategic plans is a skill set of Dr. Fields. Take the next step toward your organization's short-term &/or long-term goals.
With over a decade of experience as an administrator, Dr. Fieds provides training and support for those tasked with leading schools, districts, and organizations.
Given the unique and nuanced dynamics within leadership, having a mentor &/or coach with broad experience can help you obtain your professional goals.
Prior to becoming an administrator, Dr. Fields worked with marketing & branding specialists. He credits creating successful brands and events to this experience.
Educational equity is more than an image. It is more than being able to watch a baseball game while standing on boxes. To frame it as such oversimplifies the complexities associated with this term. Educational equity should be defined as creating and/or eliminating policies, systems, and practices in schools that impact the experiences, outcomes, and access to resources for students from previously excluded groups. In How to Achieve Educational Equity, Dr. Fields shares his experiences and a framework to help us along our equity journey.
In this presentation, Dr. Fields addresses racism within schools.
In this Author's Talk, Dr. Fields goes more in-depth with much of the content included in the book.
Dr. Fields facilitates an introductory discussion on the topic of civil discourse and cultural sensitivity.
Black Males in Education - St. Louis (BMESTL) is an affinity group working to recruit, develop, support, mentor, and retain Black males in the education field.
EduOpenings is a mobile app and website where current and aspiring educators find jobs and employers find candidates!
The State of Black Educators Symposium is an annual event that has brought thousands together to bring awareness to the issues, topics, and supports that impact Black educators.
The Intersection of Music & Education is a framework that leverages music to facilitate high levels of learning. Any artist, song, album, or genre can be used, automatically establishing intrigue and relevancy for students. Identified interests (or topics) can consist of any interest, subject, standard or skill.
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