Chair - LaTrella Thornton
It is through the Education Commission that we must take command of education. Our people are subjected to an educational process and content that, either by design or as an unavoidable byproduct, deforms most African minds. This is so whether the individual student fails or succeeds vis-à-vis the standard imposed by the system. That is, the ‘A’ student is as much if not more damaged than the ‘F’ student. In fact the miseducated are probably more disadvantaged than the diseducated. Therefore the battle to reestablish African education under the conceptualization and direction of African teachers is the sine qua non.