Administrators ’ Leadership Institute. Leading for Equity: Creating Learning Conditions for ALL Students to Thrive! August 14, 2012. Overview. Introduction MDP Overview Data Share MDP Facilitators Panel Q&A. How has AAMA done it?. Voluntary School Study Teams
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Leading for Equity: Creating Learning Conditions for ALL Students to Thrive!August 14, 2012
MDP Facilitators Panel
AAMA’s multi-pronged engagement and intervention strategies include:
No human being on this planet has been denied access to the opportunity to live a free and full life as much as African American males.
African American males lead all other groups in high school drop out, rates of incarceration, and early death.
Positive and Productive African American Males in Oakland are in danger of becoming extinct if we do not implement systemic changes to their OUSD reality.
The Manhood Development Program is designed to be a place where African American male students develop the skills and knowledge required to be positive and productive men in their community.
The first objective is to develop the social emotional skills required to navigate life’s obstacles.
The second objective is to learn and embrace African and African American history and to use it to develop a love, appreciation, and respect for being African American.
Oakland High School (est. fall 2011)
McClymonds High School (est. fall 2011)
Edna M. Brewer Middle School (est. fall 2011)
Oakland Technical High School (est. spring 2012)
Castlemont High School (est. spring 2012)
Fremont High School (est. spring 2012)
Goal is to have a diverse representation of students.
Become a Life Long Learner
Increase Awareness of the Blessings and Challenges of being an African American Male
Successfully Navigate School
Improve Writing Skills
Improve Organizational Skills
Increase Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Increase Connectedness to School
College and Career Readiness
The Office of African American Achievement
1025 2nd Avenue, Room 317