Schools are at the forefront of learning, but they don’t always feel up to par. Kevin Chavous is an education activist, lawyer, author, and podcast host with innovative ideas on how to fix this.
Join us to hear how:
The education system is breaking, but we as a culture can build it back better.Education isn’t an end-goal, but a lifelong process.Virtual learning will change not only classrooms, but education and society.
Are you ready to rethink the American education system, zeroing in on the spots that need breakage and rebuilding? Then hit play and listen along today.
ABOUT THE GUEST
Kevin Chavous started his career with an undergraduate degree from Wabash College and a law degree from Howard University School of Law. His college accomplishments included being named NCAA District All American for Basketball and President of his class in law school.
Chavous spent years working for the largest law firm in the United States and published six books — three education nonfictions and a series of political thrillers.
And the experience we’re here to cover today — Chavous’ education background. He has spent his entire career increasing the quality of nearby schools. He has served as Education Committee Chair for the Council of the District of Columbia, founder of Democrats for Education Reform, owner of The Chavous Group, and current President of Stride, Inc.
Some of Chavous’ most notable education achievements include being inducted into the Washington DC Hall of Fame and playing a key role in charter school transformation across the country.
Kevin Chavous is highly skilled in several areas, but he’s chosen to commit his talents to break and rebuild American education. And we can’t wait to hear all about this important work today.