Sustaining spaces that foster community consciousness inside and outside of traditional public school settings is important for school/community ties. African-centered education and community-centered learning spaces are two examples of spaces that foster community consciousness for students in Detroit.
Lakya Goss is a doctoral student in the Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education program at Michigan State University. She has over 15 years of experience teaching and learning with elementary and post-secondary students in Detroit, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia. She can be reached at gosslaky@ msu.edu.
"Spaces to (Re)imagine Community Consciousness for Students in Detroit,"
Michigan Reading Journal: Vol. 55:
1, Article 12.