In an effort to center our commitment to being an anti-racist organization and uplifting our values of diversity,
BES shared key takeaways from our journey to support a more diverse group of school founders and models. We think these can also help authorizers better support great and innovative leaders who can create new, high-quality educational opportunities rooted in equity for all learners.
How can leaders attract, hire, and retain mission-aligned, excellent educators in the current environment, while there are shortages of teachers, and while many educators are struggling with much of the same grief and stress as our students?
BES CEO Aasimah Navlakhi joined Leading Equity host, Dr. Sheldon Eakins, to discuss how an education organization can “walk the walk” when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The BES Board of Directors is committed to combating racism in all its forms–interpersonal, structural, and systemic.
Here’s a look at how BES has worked to incorporate character formation into our core programs this year, and the lessons we’ve learned along the way from leaders and schools across the US.