MINNEAPOLIS, MN - The Minnesota Alliance of Black School Educators (MABSE) will hold a Special Black History Month Forum and Panel Discussion tonight from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Urban Research and Outreach/Engagement Center (UROC) located at 2001 Plymouth Avenue North in Minneapolis.
The topic of the panel discussion is, “Education is a Civil Right: Addressing the Achievement Gap,” with panelist including Minneapolis Public Schools Rebecca Gagnon-Board member; Kim Ellison-MN NAACP Education Chairperson; John H. Saulsberry-MABSE President, Dianne Thomas-MABSE Secretary, Hattie Bonds-MABSE Member, Nicole Randolph-NABSE National Member; Mary Whitney-MABSE Member and other special guests.
MABSE will hold a comprehensive panel discussion with a PowerPoint presentation about what actions can be taken by teachers, parents, families and public school administrators to address the Achievement Gap.
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Saint Mary’s University Twin Cities and the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder newspaper is sponsoring this event.
This event is free and open to the public.
About the Minnesota Alliance of Black School Educators (MABSE):
The National Alliance of Black School Educators has a network of over 100 Affiliates across the United States, Canada and the Bahamas. All Affiliates support the mission and goals of NABSE and work within their communities to affect change. If you want to become more involved in your community, feel free to contact the Affiliate closest to you.
The Minnesota Alliance of Black School Educators is based in Minneapolis and has members from across the state of Minnesota.