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IBSC Exploring Boys' Education Podcast

Episode 10
Reaching, Teaching, and Succeeding with Boys of Color (Part One)

Explore effective ideas for reaching, teaching, and succeeding with boys of color. Hear experts Joseph Nelson of Swarthmore College, Randall Kennedy of Harvard Law School, and Jack Pannell of Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys (United States) speak from experience and research about the myriad issues to consider. Learn about the importance of this work in schools, the challenges boys of color face pursuing education, and the strategies schools can employ to become more inclusive spaces.

Stay tuned for part two of this episode coming soon.

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Randall Kennedy

Randall Kennedy
Harvard Law School

Joseph Nelson

Joseph Nelson
Swarthmore College

Jack Pannell

Jack Pannell
Baltimore Collegiate School for Boys
(United States)

Bruce Collins
Bruce Collins
IBSC Director of Membership Engagement

IBSC Exploring Boys’ Education music composed and performed by Tom DiGiovanni.