The purpose of NCABSE is to enhance and facilitate the education and social development of all students, especially students of African descent, throughout North Carolina's local school districts. We also work in partnership with the NC Department of Public Instruction and local school districts in North Carolina in delivering our services.
NCABSE is a coalition of educators from diverse fields committed to providing professional support to all educators and especially African American educators; to identify and develop teachers and other professionals who will assume leadership positions in education to influence public policy. We offer a variety of activities, events, and projects designed to involve African American youth, parents, teachers, and the community in all phases of African American
life within the public school program.
- Monthly Meetings with Guest Speakers
- Partnership with North Carolina School
Districts and Community
- Scholarship Fundraisers
- Professional Development Conferences and Workshops
- Legislative & Equity Forums
- Student/Retirement Recognition Programs
- Workshops for teachers, aspiring
administrators, teachers, students and
ADDRESS educational needs unique to all children and especially children of African descent.
PROMOTE academic and creative development of African American youth.
SERVE as an advocate for African American youth, parents, teachers, and the community to address educational concerns.
EFFECT a positive change in educational policies that have an adverse effect on the educational welfare of all children and especially children of African descent.
DECREASE the number of African American youth suspended, staffed out, and/or placed in Special Education classes.
EXAMINE the dropout rate of African American youth and develop preventative methods and programs for positive results.
PROVIDE professional development for all educators and especially African American educators in all phases of the educational
INFLUENCE and impact the policies of professional organizations and policymakers regarding educational concerns of African
American youth, educators, and community.