The Path to Top STEM Careers for Black Men Starts in K-12 Classrooms – By Artemus Werts

Congratulations to our very own Principal-in-Residence, Artemus Werts, on the publication of his article, “The Path to Top STEM Careers for Black Men Starts in K-12 Classrooms” in One Day magazine!  

In the article, Artemus shares his candid thoughts, experiences, and suggestions on addressing the critical need to recruit more Black men into the teaching profession. It’s a wonderful article and we highly recommend checking it out and sharing with your networks!

“Black male math teachers send a powerful message to Black students about their future in STEM fields. More should be done to increase their numbers in the classroom.”

– Artemus Werts, Principal-in-Residence, Foundation Academies

Michelle Lawlor

Michelle Lawlor, Marketing and Communications Associate, spearheads Foundation Academies’ marketing and communication efforts. Born and raised in Trenton, New Jersey, Michelle holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism/Multimedia Communications from Rider University.

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  1. Sarah Ringer on August 28, 2021 at 5:30 pm

    Terrific article, well written, and with a simple yet elegant and do-able solution included.

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