- Chicago, IL
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: School / School District
- Founded in 1999
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Primary & Secondary Schools
What does antiracist leadership look like in schools? From school programming to what the hallways of the school look like, Principal JuDonne Hemingway and Assistant Principal Ashley Norris of Gary Comer Middle School (GCMS) talk about the steps they have taken to create a more welcoming, inclusive, and antiracist environment for their students. They also discuss what it looks like for White school leaders and educators to show up and lead antiracist work. They’re joined by Trinity, Malea, and Dawson, students at GCMS, who weigh in on how Hemingway and Norris’ leadership has impacted their school experiences and offer their thoughts on how educators can do better for Black kids. #BeNoble #NobleSchools #AntiracistEducation #AntiracistLeadership #ChicagoEducation #Education
In episode 3 of Changing the Course: Building An Antiracist Education Season 2, Nicholas Jones talks with George Beecham, a Noble alum and 9th-grade biology teacher at Chicago Bulls College Prep, and Norma Gutierrez, Noble Schools’ Assistant Director of Student Experience. During the conversation, Beecham and Gutierrez talk about their work to create better school experiences for our Black boys. Beecham focuses in on his perspective and experience as an alum of Bulls Prep now coming back as a teacher. Gutierrez speaks about her work with the Black Boys Collaborative, a group designed to address the educational inequities we see our Black boys facing. #BeNoble #NobleSchools #BlackBoyJoy #AntiracistEducation #EducationPodcast #BHM2023
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- Top Schools in Illinois, US News & World Report, 2021
- Gold Medal for Bulls College Prep, Illinois Student Assistance Commission, 2021
- Platinum Medal for Muchin College Prep, Illinois Student Assistance Commission, 2021
- 2015 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools (Top Public Charter School System in America), The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, 2015
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...Good benefits, pay is prorated so you get paid over the summer, leadership is generally receptive to feedback and is supportive of teachers, strong improvement of former carceral nature of the network...
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