Black Educator Organizations

The Black Educators Initiative (BEI)

Education is a key tool for a more socially just, equitable and liberated society. While schooling has historically reproduced systems of oppression that marginalize Black and Brown children, educators are key change agents in educational systems. Preparing a strong Black teacher-force positively impacts not just Black and Brown children, but all children. The Black Educators Initiative (BEI) aims to do just that.

Black Males in Education – St.Louis

BMESTL is an organized movement to influence, advocate, connect, and empower. We are committed to creating spaces for people and organizations interested in the recruitment, development, supporting, and mentoring of current and future Black educators.

National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE)

The National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) is the nation’s premier non-profit organization devoted to furthering the academic success for the nation’s children – particularly children of African descent.

NABSE boasts an outreach to a distinguished group of preeminent educators including teachers, administrators, superintendents as well as corporate and institutional members.

Association of African American Educators San Diego, CA

The Association of African American Educators, San Diego County (AAAE) was founded with two primary purposes:

  1. To advocate for equity in educational opportunities and outcomes for African American students.
  2. To ensure equal opportunity and fairness for African American staff within the ethnically diverse school districts of San Diego County.

National Alliance of Black School Educators Foundation, Inc. (NABSEF)

The mission of the National Alliance of Black School Educators Foundation, Inc. (NABSEF) is to receive and administer funds for educational, scientific, and charitable purposes; to support programs of the National Alliance of Black School Educators, Inc.; to receive donations and grants from any source; and to invest the proceeds and/or expand such donations and/or the process thereof for the purpose stated above.

California Association of Black School Educators (CABSE)


The California Association of Black School Educators (CABSE) is a non-partisan organization consisting of elected and appointed school officials, administrators and instructors from across California who are committed to advancing equity for Black students. CABSE members represent governmental agencies, charter schools and charter school organizations, public school districts, traditional public schools, and community colleges.


To expand the PK-14 educational opportunities available to all students in California, with an emphasis on under-represented and under-served black students, by enacting policies that will strengthen student performance while bolstering opportunities for college and career readiness, to ensure competency and lifelong success.


CABSE leverages formal and informal partnerships and provides professional development to improve education practices, policy innovation and leadership development in the context of achieving equity in education for black students.

Our flagship event is the Annual CABSE Conference, which brings together educational leaders from across California for engaging and informative sessions designed to ignite change on behalf of students.

The Black Teacher Project

The Black Teacher Project’s mission is to develop and sustain Black teachers to lead and reimagine schools as communities of liberated learning. Our vision is that every student will benefit from the diversity, excellence, and leadership of an empowered Black teaching force.

Black Educators Rock
The Inaugural 2016, 2017, 2018, & 2019 ROCK Conferences were impactful successes. Educators from around the country, Canada, and abroad came together and were Encouraged, Inspired, and EmpoWEred! The ROCK conference allows Black Educators Rock, Inc. to actively assist educators and those dedicated to education decrease the “Attitude Gap” by providing instructional and motivational methods.