An innovative approach to:
EQUITY - Closing the achievement gap by ensuring ALL
children receive a sound quality education, with support from parents
and community partners.
AID - Increase opportunities of mental health support to
students, especially those subject to Adverse Childhood Experiences
SUPPORT - Provide support to teachers and staff, including
innovative incentives, quality staffing and equitable salaries.
PARTNERSHIPS - Foster public-private partnerships to ensure
students are college or career ready
SECURE - Ensure students, teachers and staff have an
environment that is secure and feels safe
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Stephanie Sneed is an attorney who has committed her professional and personal life to public service. She is a public education advocate that serves on the board of the Thomasboro Foundation and a member of the CLT Westside Education Think Tank, which are committed to raising awareness to issues and offering solutions in the educational arena including empowering parents by providing guidance on how to navigate the education system and become the best advocates for their children. She is also an active CMS and Girl Scout volunteer and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.