Nehemiah Frank

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Teacher and Blogger, Sankofa Middle School of the Performing Arts

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Nehemiah Frank is a fierce advocate for charter and community schools. He has public policy experience and is the founder and editor in chief of the Black Wall St. Times. Frank is also a middle school teacher at Oklahoma’s top performing charter school, Sankofa Middle School of the Performing Arts a member of the Deborah Brown Community Schools.

Nehemiah believes that charter and community partnership schools are the paths to closing the achievement gap and curving the school-to-prison pipeline. Frank earned his B.A. in political science from Oklahoma State University.

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Posted Dec. 5, 2018

What Oklahoma Teachers Can Learn From the Montgomery Bus Boycott

On this day in Montgomery, Alabama, 63 years ago, Black people strategically rebelled against one of White supremacy’s ‘systems.’ That…

By Nehemiah Frank

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