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Thank you for recognizing the courageous leadership and modeling of these incredible middle school teachers and lifelong learners.
We are very grateful for you support of our work and your challenge to us to “go there!” even when we were nervous, uncertain, and worried about making a mistake.
We look forward to continuing to share our thinking and planning with you and appreciate your guidance and “mirror holding” in helping us see what we may not, at first, be able to see ourselves.

- Jonathan Huxtable, Head of Middle School, Wilmington Friends

I always find our meetings so inspiring and insightful!  Thank you so much for your support and expertise.

-Victoria Elasic, Director of Admission and Student Services, Hockessin Montessori School

I had just a moment yesterday morning to tell you after your talk to the staff at Sussex Academy how much I appreciated your words, so I wanted to send you a quick note of appreciation in writing. You are such a phenomenal speaker and personality, and more importantly, I adored what you said to us. You had me (and I think everyone else) at every single word, and we are so lucky that we were able to start the year with such a positive but challenging intention as you set for us. Thank you so much for your presentation.

- Jessica Love, Sixth Grade Reading Teacher, Sussex Academy

Dr. Fletcher is an exemplar when it comes to leading this work through the critical lens of race, power, and class. She possesses tremendous gi]s as a communicator when addressing the importance of striving for educational equity in a city where our challenges are rooted in poverty, born out of centuries of injustice. This is a particularly important quality when tending to school-based staff who come from a variety of different backgrounds and perspectives.

- Paymon Rouhanifard, Former Superintendent, Camden City Schools

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