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April Brown

April Brown

April Brown (M.Ed) is the program director of the Center for Cognitive Diversity, an education and parenting writer, curriculum developer and instructional coach for teachers. Formerly, April taught and held leadership positions in mainstream and alternative settings spanning PK-8th grade in the United States and internationally. She’s passionate about exploring how to disrupt structures that perpetuate systems of oppression and address unbalanced power dynamics at home and school so learning is empowering for all children. She’s an advocate for kids.

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