Mr. Pender such an amazing story.
What an amazing journey you have had
Yes Sherri. Truly
Kareem too bad you can’t hear the oohs and ahhhs of your story and the data shared, your transparency is appreciated
I am Robert Harris, PhD...researching this information. This is factual, correct, true.
Thank you Dori and Mr. Pender for bringing this together
Damn, that is horrible
So is that for those students attending Illinois higher education institutions?
Will at some point Mr. Pender CPS focus in on starting even earlier like 6th grade?
What is the criteria for being on track?
Do you think that COVID will impact those numbers?
I think we need a part 2 to this conversation. This is such a important conversation
I agree Sherri. There is so much to this, we need tp expand this out, and next steps in a part 2 conversation.
I think having more black male teachers would make a difference also in regards to the graduation rates.
Birth to prison pipeline is institutional. So many variances to consider to work against something that is systemic. But we have live examples that it can be done!
I am a witness!!!
Kristen that is key. I think I heard the rate is 3-5% of black male teacher. More young men need to see more men look like us.
Can we get these slide to share with our parents group making sure DOI gets credit for the information
Have to celebrate all of our successes.
That’s great Mr. Pender
Yes they just had them 2 or 3 weeks ago
There has been great improvement under Dr. Jackson leadership.
If you want more information about NSBE: https://www.nsbe.org/professionals/Regions/Region4/home.aspx
There is also a chapter here Chicago, https://www.chicagonsbe.org/
More information about the department Mr. Pender works for in CPS https://cps.edu/FACE/Pages/Face.aspx
The dept FACE oversees for parents, https://parentu.enschool.org/
We truly have a problem Mr. Smith, especially in the midst of this violence.
We will be going over our time, if you are able to stay on to continue the conversation please stay one so that we can continue this very important discussion.
Apologies for typos....Please stay on. We will be going over to allow us to continue this very important discussion.
Yes building confidence to do the work is key!
TRAUMA is real!
Community partnerships and collaborations is critical right now. The school cannot do it alone
https://dvca-cps.org/ Dunbar HS link
Scroll down please to view the Vlog Dena is speaking about on DOI FB page. Here is the link to view it.
Social / Emotional piece is critical
This scholarship organization is an organization to help speak to the things Principal Marrow is speaking of helping student maneuver through college https://www.therisefoundationchicago.org/
District Outreach really appreciates everyone staying on the line. As it’s been stated several times, this conversation is so important, we see you know the impact as well.
Are there any statistics that show how many black males get into trade schools as an alternative to college.
Wow professional sports and engineering. Amazing!
I think the male mentor for students is so important speaking words of wisdom is a wonderful opportunity
A reminder of our upcoming event https://district-outreach.com/resilience/
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Excellent info. thanks