My name is Awo Okaikor Aryee-Price and I am a mother, partner, teacher, organizer, and education advocate. I’ve been teaching since 2002 where I began my first formal teaching job at a high school in Jersey City, New Jersey. I stayed there for a little over ten years but moved on to another district where I teach seventh grade language arts. As a wife and mother of two I find that I am often spread pretty thin because of my passions and quench for educational equality and equity for all. However, I am working to find a healthy medium.
Children's book reviews and my musings on diversity
A group for future teachers with a common radical vision for the future of education.
Inspiring Active Participation in Education Reform
From the Political Artistry of Bobby London
Youth Participatory Action Research Projects
Public school teacher and fan of public education. Not a fan of privatization, high-stakes testing, or bad "reform."
Confronting "our rigid refusal to look at ourselves" (James Baldwin)
Views on Education
Newark Schools, Newark Voices, EMPOWERED
killing joy as a world making project
The place for thinking Black folks
Teaching. Learning. Living.
A blog focused on education policy and social justice
Just another WordPress.com weblog
A city mom thinks outside the sandbox.
Data and thoughts on public and private school funding in the U.S.
A site to discuss better education for all