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Visions of Good Education: Deonna Smith

This edition of Visions of Good Education features Deonna Smith, founder of the Educational Justice Working Group. Deonna Smith is a longtime educator who has served students across grade-levels, contents, and roles as both a classroom teacher and administrator. She is also a fierce advocate for educational equity through both anti-racist and abolitionist education. Follow Deonna on Instagram to learn more!


Visions of Good Education Spotlight Interview Topics

In the Visions of Good Education segment, interviewer Rachel Fuhrman and Deonna Smith discussed the following topics:

  1. Her journey into the education sector

  2. The shift away from “colorblindness” in classrooms

  3. The impact of the Black Lives Matter Movement in education

  4. Ways to incorporate anti-racist practices into curriculum and everyday interactions

  5. Effective ways to work with school staff and community members

  6. Resources where you can find out more about anti-racist and abolitionist teaching

  7. The Educational Justice Working Group

And more!



 
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