Mamie Hall

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Teacher

Durham, North Carolina

Mamie Hall is dean of students and teaches English at Research Triangle High School (RTHS) in Durham, which she helped open in 2012. Mamie is passionate about bringing globally competitive education to all students and served as part of the North Carolina Public School Forum’s Study Group on Educational Equity.

Prior to her work at RTHS, Mamie taught in Orange County and Chapel Hill-Carrboro City schools for 10 years. She is a National Board Certified teacher and current fellow with the Hope Street Group North Carolina Teacher Voice Network.

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Posted Feb. 22, 2017

Innovative Charters With Accountability Are Good for North Carolina

Take a look at stories about charter schools that earn top billing in news media, and you will find a…

By Mamie Hall

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Posted July 29, 2021

You Can and Must Foster Belonging, Acceptance, and Support for Your LGBTQIA+ Students. It’s a Matter of Life and Death.

Many young people see belonging as a quest to fit in, but it’s so much deeper than that. Belonging means accepting, celebrating, and including our…

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Posted July 26, 2021

At Freedom School Literacy Academy, Black Pride and Academic Achievement Go Hand-in-Hand

Erika Asikoye is the Director of the Freedom School Literacy Academy (FSLA) at The Center for Black Educator Development in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The FSLA, for…

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Posted July 27, 2021

15 Questions That Predominantly White Schools Should Ask When Engaging in Non-Performative Anti-Racist Work

Last week, I had a consulting call with a potential client (a white teacher), who teaches in a predominantly white school/neighborhood and wants to engage…

By Kwame Sarfo-Mensah

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