Posts Tagged ‘Teachers’

Adam Clayton Powell Jr.

What’s In Your Hand – Advice from Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.

I just finished up a week at the Schomburg’s Summer Education Institute, where educators convene every July to learn about content and strategies to teach Black History in the classroom. Though I’m no longer a classroom teacher, I still find the content engaging, not to mention inspiring. One of the great aspects of the Education […]


Work Abroad: Teach in Africa

Though school is just underway, many international teachers are giving thought to where they’ll be teaching the next scholastic year. If you teach in your home country, maybe you’ve always wanted to make the leap of teaching abroad. Education students – maybe cutbacks in government may have you fearful of finding a job at home. […]


Teaching Abroad in 5 Steps – A Lucrative Career Choice

As teaching jobs are being slashed in the U.S. due to budget cuts, there’s another field in education where jobs are growing – international teaching. If you’re an experienced or certified teacher, consider teaching abroad to travel, revive your career, and save some money. If you’re not experienced and want to give teaching abroad a […]

Interview with Black Expat Magazine

We here love Black Expat Magazine. Black Expat does a great job of highlighting Blacks who packed their bags and tried a stint at living overseas. From teachers to entrepreneurs, writers to lawyers, the profiles of Black expatriates are varied on this e-zine. These stories serve as inspiration to those on the fence of living […]

The Schomburg Center’s Summer Education Institute

If you’re an educator and happen to be in the New York area, you MUST take advantage of this opportunity. The Schomburg Center, a premier research institution dedicated to the study of people of African descent, will hold its 2nd Annual Summer Education Institute. The Summer Education Institute connects educators to historians and scholars on […]