Three Black leaders in learning who helped shape the future

Learning is a universal human experience. And that experience is shaped by the efforts, innovations, and accomplishments of many. In North America, February is Black History Month – a celebration of the many and meaningful contributions Black Americans have made to our culture and history. In honor of Black History Month, we’d like to highlight just a few of the ways Black Americans have transformed learning and our communities for the better.

 

Fanny Jackson Coppin

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