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The Oluko Fellowship

The Oluko Fellowship is a unique opportunity to gather male educators, school-based administrators, and system-wide leaders to share and learn about the challenges and opportunities for Black males in public education.

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About the Fellowship

The Oluko Fellowship is a unique opportunity to gather male educators, school-based administrators, and system-wide leaders to share and learn about the challenges and opportunities for Black males in public education. Our goal is to help build the capacity of our fellows to understand the recruitment, retention and advancement issues relative to males of color in public education. This year long fellowship commences in July of 2018 and finishes with the publication of a white paper detailing the work of the fellowship which will be developed in conjunction with the University of Phoenix.

The Oluko Fellowship launched in July with our first virtual circle. Participants attend monthly, required virtual circles, where they meet with nationally recognized experts to discuss a range of topics about the recruitment, retention, and advancement of Black male educators. Our conversations continue through this invitation only Learning Group, here at TeachingPartners.

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