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Coffee Break with Cornelius Minor - Part Two

Part Two

Cornelius Minor is an avid proponent of change, a disrupter for good in my view, and an energetic educator-driven by students rights for access to learning.  If you haven’t heard him speak, then I would strongly encourage you to do so.  This is Part Two of our Coffee Break, continuing our fascinating discussion...  

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Coffee Break with... Cornelius Minor

It’s not often you meet someone who is both charismatic and challenges your thinking.  I had that pleasure when I interviewed Cornelius Minor, an activist for social justice and equity in education.

The first time I heard Cornelius Minor speak was in 2017 at the ILA conference in Orlando, FL.  He was inspiring, forthright, energizing and engaging. I recently heard him speak at ILA West 2018 in San Diego, CA.  It’s easy to tell he’s well read, loves working with kids and is supporting teachers.  I believe Cornelius Minor should be on every educators bucket list of speakers, and you will have your chance to hear him at ILA Austin in July.

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