A racially equitable education system is one where students see themselves reflected in others. When educators reflect their communities, students have more opportunities to grow, thrive, and connect.Learn More
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Elevating the Teaching Profession with ImprintU.Org
ImprintU.org is more than a website—it’s a movement to elevate the teaching profession, change the public narrative about teaching, and attract more change makers and nation builders to the profession, especially with communities of color and American Indian communities.Get Involved
Strategy Mapping to connect statewide initiatives
Strategy Mapping provides a “structure for fulfillment” by visually connecting and leveraging the many initiatives among colleges, schools, and organizations driving efforts to create and retain a racially diverse teacher workforce.Keep Reading
Illuminating New Insights for Diversifying the Teacher Workforce
MnEEP collaborated with a team of graduate students at University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs to conduct research and produce The Tale of Two States: How Policy and Funding Affect Efforts to Diversify the Teaching Corps in Oregon and Minnesota.Learn More
News & Resources
Since its creation on Jan. 1, 2018, the Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board…
As we look toward the election, and the impact it will have on the future of all Minnesotans, it’s important to ask these questions:
What do we teach young people of color about aspirations? About making a difference? About giving back? About the value of work? About their strengths and talents?
Most importantly, WHO IS GOING TO TEACH them or the generations to come? How do we attract more change makers and nation builders to the teaching profession?
What will it take to transform the narrative about the teaching profession—one of the most…
As a former middle school teacher and district math specialist and mentor, I read with…
Increasing Teachers of Color and American Indian Teachers: 2015 Policy Brief