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Who is Dr. Stephanie Boyce?
Dr. Stephanie R. Boyce is an Edupreneur driven by her passion to reshape the educational landscape by making culturally responsive teaching a way of life.
For the last decade, Boyce has focused her studies and work on matters of racial justice and equity for historically marginalized people with a focus on educational spaces.
She currently serves as the Chief Education Officer of Stephanie Boyce & Associates, LLC., the parent company of The FRESH Classroom, Professor & Director of the Writing Program at Paul Quinn College, and Lecturer of African American Studies at the University of Houston.Learn More About Stephanie
“I believe Dr. Stephanie Boyce is the head of a major wave that is about to hit all school districts across America. This is SO needed! Thank you for stepping up to the plate!”
-Dr. Joy Brown-Bolden, Professor
"After attending Dr. Boyce's F.R.E.S.H. Teacher Workshop, I feel like a better human."
- Sandra Barrios, Principal, Dallas, TX
Best Selling BOOKS & COURSES
The FRESH Classroom BOOK
In The FRESH Classroom: Why Culturally Relevant Education Can’t Wait!, Dr. Stephanie Boyce shares personal stories to help educators unpack opportunities for applying culturally relevant education in their classrooms.
She offers field-proven practical strategies and evidence-based theories that empower educators to more authentically engage and become inclusive of ALL students in their classrooms.⇢ Get More Info
The FRESH Classroom COURSE
Are you ready to GET FRESH and take your classroom up a notch? This self-paced Course will help you with:
- Foundations: What is culturally responsive teaching and why should you care?
- Fun: How can I make my lessons more fun?
- Relevant: How do I make my lessons more relevant to students?
- Engaging: How do I up the engagement of my students?
- Standards-Based: How do I ensure my lessons remain standards-based?
- Higher Order: How do I push my lessons to higher levels for ALL students?