The Road to Leadership Was Paved in Third GradeAnna Fedewa was only nine years old, but she knew something wasn’t right. Some students were isolated at school and she did not understand why.
Early on this scholar knew that inclusion — in education, postsecondary opportunities, careers, and our community — would be her life’s passion.
How the lack of black male teachers fuels one scholar’s passion.
How one student found her voice and her purpose.
A first-generation college student’s father misses his first day of work in 28 years to surprise her at graduation.
A family’s love fosters a future teacher’s gift.