Clemson University Foundation

Clemson, South Carolina, United States

Build a pipeline of African American male teachers in Mississippi's K-8 classrooms by implementing a culturally relevant and responsive teacher preparation program

Oct. 1, 2013 - Sep. 30, 2017

Focus Area

Geographic Focus

Mississippi, South Carolina

Amount

$1,300,000

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Call Me MISTER is building the next generation of African American male teachers

Call Me MISTER is creating a path for young males of color in Mississippi to serve as teachers and role models for the next generation.

Mississippi

 

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