Telling Our Story

Building a Pipeline of Diverse Teachers for the Next Generation of K–12 Students

March 26, 2024 AASCU Season 1 Episode 3
Telling Our Story
Building a Pipeline of Diverse Teachers for the Next Generation of K–12 Students
Show Notes

In this episode of Telling Our Story, Leticia chats with two leaders from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore about the institution’s Men of Color in Education program. The program seeks to attract, retain, and form a community for Black male educators, who comprise 2% of the U.S. public school teaching workforce.

Guests include:

  • Richard H. Warren Jr., Richard F. Hazel professor of education and director of the Men of Color in Education program, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
  • Todd Nock, financial aid counselor, University of Maryland Eastern Shore; former North Dorchester High School teacher under the Men of Color in Education program; current mayor, Pocomoke City, Maryland

Contact Richard H. Warren Jr. at rhwarren@umes.edu.

View the UMES Promising Practices article and video here.

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