From a moment to a movement.
Educators, Students, Family Members, Government Officials, and Community Leaders
We learn and build together. The stronger we are individually, the stronger we are as a community.
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KOO Resources support the learning and development of multi-racial, intergenerational, cross-functional teams…
Targeted Universalism, coined by University of California, Berkeley scholar John A. Powell, means using targeted strategies to reach universal goals.
This report is a national landscape analysis of racial affinity groups focused on supporting educators of color.
These statements and resources support districts in communication and engagement related to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts so that they can be clear, transparent, and unapologetic in committing to creating equitable, just, and thriving schools for all of the young people in their districts.
Liberatory design involves mindsets and modes to address equity challenges and change efforts in complex systems.
We create tools and products that Engage, Encourage and Empower all school district stakeholders to collaborate and transform the culture, conditions and capacities to improve the academic and life outcomes for Black boys.
Direct Student Programs
We have three direct services programs:
King’s in the Making direct service programs include
KOO Learning Collaborative
Kingmakers’ Learning Collaborative is a cross-functional, inter-generational collective where district partners share strategies, build relationships, and ultimately leverage their collective genius to discover how to inspire change and create a system that supports Black students, as well as Indigenous students and students of color.
Systems Change Drivers
Learn and implement proven strategies to heal the fish while cleaning the toxic ecosystem.
We empower school and district leaders with equity and asset-based tools and frameworks to guide strategic plan development to transform systems, practice and culture that improve the life outcomes for Black students.
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