Ethnic Studies Fellows
What is the Ethnic Studies Fellows?
In Summer 2020, the Shoreline School Board passed the Ethnic Studies Resolution..."We affirm our belief that the integration and addition of ethnic studies into the education of Shoreline School District’s students can have a positive impact on eliminating opportunity gaps."
To create an intentional and sustainable Ethnic Studies Program P-12, the Ethnic Studies Fellows Program was created. Through a partnership of Equity and Instruction, and facilitated by Tracy Castro-Gill, founder of Washington Ethnic Studies Now and Dr. Tanisha Brandon-Felder, this year long intensive fellowship will focus on the pedagogy and framework of Ethnic Studies with deep explorations of:
Teaching for Black Lives, Indigenous perspectives and histories, the Asian American Experience on the West Coast, and Mexican American/Latinx Studies.
Cohort 2 September 2021-June 2022
Cohort 1 January 2021-June 2021