Episode 16—A Black Secretary of Education featuring Dr. Keila Foster
From Mississippi to Tennessee to the DMV, Keila exemplifies the meaning of a well-traveled educator. In her 13th year of teaching, Keila Foster has a lot of knowledge to share with The Black Scholars tribe. Currently, she works as a AVID Coordinator in Maryland. We discuss her doctorate program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, how she entered the profession, her career goals, restorative justice and several other pertinent topics in this episode.
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