Meet the Mentors
The way Jamal Cooks sees it, time is of the essence. “Saving our babies is urgent,” he says, referring to the students who fill the classrooms of the schools where he serves as an educational mentor for NUA.
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@NUATC on TwitterInteresting read - "Living in Two Worlds as a Black Educator" tribtalk.org/2014/07/27/liv…
What We Advocate
Underpinning all of our activities is our powerful advocacy for children and youth. We work with students, teachers, superintendents, central office staff, principals, building-based leaders, and communities to advocate for high expectations for all, active learning, and authentic tasks.
Category Archives: Published Books
In her new book, Yvette Jackson, NUA CEO, shows educators how to focus on students’ strengths to inspire learning and high intellectual performance.