• AAFE

    OUR GOALS 

     
    AAFE Girls' Groups

    African American Female Excellence has partnered with our community to provide Girls Leadership Groups at the following school sites:

    • Elementary
      • Piedmont Avenue Elementary School
      • Sankofa United
      • Redwood Heights
    • Middle School
      • West Oakland Middle School
      • Frick United SOL
      • Madison Park Academy
      • Montera Middle School
    • High School
      • McClymonds High School
      • Madison Park Academy
      • Fremont High School
      • Oakland Technical High School

     

     

     RELAUNCHING SOON!!!

    Think Tank for African American Female Excellence

    The AAFE Think Tank will gather together leaders and practitioners who are facilitating girls and young women teams and groups to share best and promising practices, offer support, and align our work.

     

    Curriculum Design Team (CDT)

    AAFE has launched a Curriculum Design Team which focuses on creating classroom- and program-based curriculum to enhance and uplift academic achievement, promotes intellectual curiosity and engagement for African American girls in the Oakland Unified School District. The primary charge of the team is to create and support a curriculum that addresses achievement through a lens of culturally relevant pedagogy and rigor, and is centered through the lens of African American historical trajectory, with an eye towards the experiences of African American girls and women.

    For information please contact Iminah Laura Ahmad iminah.ahmad@ousd.org

     

    Program Development Team

    AAFE’s Program Development Team will design, develop and facilitate culturally and academically relevant programming, events and activities. As a member of the Program Development Team, your charge will be to advance and increase the achievement of African American girls in OUSD by repairing, restoring, revitalizing and reconstructing the educational success strategies of African American girls through programs, events and activities that underscore social-emotional learning tied to achievement. 

     

    For more information or questions, please contact Iminah Laura Ahmad iminah.ahmad@ousd.org 

     

    AAFE Advisory Council
     
    AAFE is preparing to launch a high level collaborative advisory team whose primary goal will be advocacy and philanthropy to ensure community awareness around the unique needs, concerns, and issues of African American girls. Additionally, the team will work to find and secure resources dedicated to improving the livelihood and experiences of African American girls and women by creating pathways to advancement.
     

    For more information or questions, please contact Iminah Laura Ahmad iminah.ahmad@ousd.org 

     

  • AFRICAN AMERICAN FEMALE EXCELLENCE

    Frick Middle School
    2845 64th Avenue

    Music Building

    Oakland, CA 94605
     

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    To learn more about the Office of Equity and other targeted initiatives, visit www.ousd.org/equity.