Malik Peer has been working at Jordan Public Schools since 2013 and currently serves as the District Equity and Outreach Specialist.
He is certified in Multicultural Responsiveness and Public Speaking and is currently working with the Freedom Schools as a Student Leadership Servant (SLS). He is also attending Metro State College for Urban Education. In the summer of 2018, Mr. Peer will be opening a Freedom school summer program in Little Rock, Arkansas that will focus on creating a CRT environment to support equity students, to include students of color. He has spoken on issues of equity at colleges and schools across the nation.
EQUITY EDUCATION IN ACTION AT JORDAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Student Leadership Groups
- D.L.C. Jr's (Elementary School)
- D.L.C. (Middle School)
- E.L.C. (High School)
- Poetry with Drew Sinke (2nd Grade)
- R.E.A.D.O (5th and 6th grade)
- Stories of America (5th grade)
- Stories of Minnesota (6th grade)
- Development of Kindergarten curriculum for how to celebrate MLK Jr. Day
- Celebration of Learning (5th grade)
- Harambee at the Middle School Advisory
- Partial Harambee at the Elementary School
- Multicultural Education class at the high school
- CRT adult team
- Equity Leadership Crew/Caring and Committed Conversations
- Display Case at the Middle School
- District CRT team attended Sharroky Hollie event and presented to staff
- CRT Professional Development Summit hosted by Jordan CRT staff - August 15 and 16
- Dr. Rev Hillstrom, Director of Educational Equity for Osseo Area Schools, presenting Native American curriculum to staff
- Presented CRT at Eastern Carver County School District
- Student led "Activity Night" – 60 in attendance
- "International Dinner and Talent Show" – 100 RSVP
HIGHLIGHTS OF EQUITY EDUCATION
Mr. Peer welcoming students and staff to a "Caring and Committed Conversation"
Active listening during a "Caring and Committed Conversation"
The excitement of the DLC students is contagious!
Grade 5 "Celebration of Learning"
Serving international foods at DLC Activity Night