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The Commissioner of Education's African American History Task Force is an advocate for Florida's school districts, teacher education training centers, and the community at large, in implementing the teaching of the history of African peoples and the contributions of African Americans to society.

The Summer Institute assists the Task Force in it's mission to ensure awareness of the requirements, identify and recommend needed state education leadership action, assist in adoption of instructional materials by the state, and build supporting partnerships.

Contact us today to see how your school or district can participate in this informative institute. Participants can receive professional development points for attending The Summer Institute.

Email: rhall@eventsbyvsc.com     Phone: (904) 207-1278 

2021 VIRTUAL SUMMER INSTITUTE

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The Summer Institute provides training and tools the help Florida School Districts secure and maintain the distinction of being an Exemplary School District.

An Exemplary School District has produced evidence that the school board has developed a plan for the implementation of the Florida African and African American History required instruction.

The District Has Provided Evidence Of:

  • STRUCTURED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

  • AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES CURRICULUM

  • STRUCTURED TEACHING OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY CURRICULUM

  • UNIVERSITY – SCHOOL DISTRICT COLLABORATION

  • PARENT/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION’S
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
TASK FORCE

501 Orr Drive, GEC-C 316, Tallahassee, FL 32307

Email: afroamfl@gmail.com
Phone: 850-412-5203

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