Afreeka Miller
Speaker

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Afreeka Miller serves as the Director of Professional Learning for Carnegie Learning, Inc. She has 20 years of experience in education and 9 of those years has been with Carnegie Learning. Afreeka holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics and a Master’s degree in Urban Education. Her career began in Texas as a high school mathematics teacher in January 2000. Since then, she has had the privilege to teach at her high school alma mater in Virginia. At her alma mater, she guided her students to excel on the state assessment - which yielded 100 percent of her students in multiple junior classes over more than one year - completing with either proficient or exceeding proficiency.

From there, Afreeka spent a year educating youth who were expelled or on a long-term suspension from their home school. She relocated to Michigan and began work as an instructional coach for Wayne County. She supported districts across the county prior to coming to Carnegie Learning and then transitioning to supporting districts across the nation. Afreeka has published an online professional learning module for the State of Michigan and articles on data driven practices for Detroit Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics (DACTM) publications. She embraces the humanity of teaching and how that transcends to sincerely believing ALL students are able to achieve success inmathematics.

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Session

Aug 25, 2020 02:10 PM EDT

Break Through Implicit Bias with a Conversation (Sponsored by Carnegie Learning)

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