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The AEA Report - Quarterly Newsletter

  • Winter 2020

    In this issue, we congratulate Kandice McLurkin, former Administrative Coordinator for the Academic English Mastery Program (AEMP), on her retirement after more than 39 years as an instructional leader. Also highlighted are AEMP professional development sessions, partnerships with parents, student contributions to Latino Heritage Month, and the work being done at schools throughout the district and at the central office.

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  • Fall 2019

    This issue highlights the accomplishments of the Academic English Mastery Program and the steps being taken by the AEA unit to ensure equitable opportunities for African American students. Ongoing professional development and workshops for teachers, students, and parents are featured along with upcoming events.

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  • Summer/Fall 2019

    This issue highlights the African American Family Day and AMAE/AEMP Parents as Partners Conference where students and their families attended workshops featuring topics relevant to their needs and interests. The professional development sessions featured show the collaboration of teachers on culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy.

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  • Spring 2019

    This issue highlights the participation and collaborative work of AEMP parent and community representatives in a mathematics series and the Brown Bag Equity Speaker Series, designed to engage district leaders in conversations around access and equity in education for all students.

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  • Winter 2019

    This issue highlights the engagement of students and families during the Gifted Network for African American Students and Families, professional development sessions for teachers, counselors, and school leaders, and the school winners of the AMAE/AEMP Latino Heritage Month Art Contest.

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  • Fall 2018

    This issue of the AEA Newsletter highlights the EL/SEL Master Plan, the expansion of the Academic English Mastery Program to support 25 additional elementary, middle and high schools, and the launch of the Gifted Network for African American Students and Families. 

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Winter 2020

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