Micah serves as the District Instructional Technology & Social Studies Coordinator at Maywood, Melrose Park, Broadview School District 89. He believes equity matters, not just globally, but locally and all students deserve equity and access in education and life. Micah has served as a teacher in K-12 settings in both regular classrooms and alternative schools, as a social studies department chair, instructional technology coach, adjunct professor in social studies and instructional technology, and as a school and district administrator. He can be reached on social media @minerclass on Twitter, his LinkedIn profile here, and his email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The past few years of cultural wars have led to national polarization of history and social studies instruction. The most recent headline of this is the ban of the AP (Advanced Placement) African American History course in Florida. This conversation
We’re so happy to introduce Contributing Writer Micah Miner! Micah was chosen as a Champion of Equity in Technology Leadership in the 2022 Excellence in Equity Awards and we believe his insight and experience are extremely valuable to the equity