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  • About DuBois

    W. E. B. Du Bois, the first African American to earn a Ph.D. from Harvard University, developed a pedagogical paradigm based on his philosophy of history, concepts of culture, economic thought, and social and political beliefs. He felt that education should be transforming and completely integrated with life; that there should be no uneducated people. Traditional public schools have not been successful in educating the masses of poor children. The W. E. B. Du Bois Consortium of Charter Schools, Inc. is an exciting and high-potential alternative in the broader spectrum of school reform that provides opportunities for underserved students and communities. It operates high performing K-12 public charter schools that focus on the arts, entrepreneurship, teacher education, leadership, ethics, public policy and career development-stranding math, science, engineering and technology throughout the curriculum. The charter schools the Consortium establishes provide high quality educational programs, give parents the opportunity to have real input in their child's education, give educators the freedom to try new strategies to inspire student achievement and be less encumbered by bureaucratic barriers.

     

    Location   Telephone   Fax
    Administration Bldg   901.505.6833    901.505.6840
             
    Du Bois Elementary School of Arts and Technology     901.801.6164   901.801.6166
    Du Bois  Middle School of Arts and Technology   901.801.6171   901.801.6170
    Du Bois  High School of Arts and Technology          901.801.6171   901.801.6170
             
    Du Bois  Elementary School of Entrepreneurship         901.509.6190   901.800.4292
    Du Bois Middle School of Leadership and Public Policy   901.751.7122   901.869.4056
    Du Bois High School of Leadership and Public Policy   901.751.7122   901.869.4056