Who we serve
Our mission is to provide students with culturally relevant and responsive education and materials. Historically, African-Americans have struggled for educational equality and equity in the United States which includes being forced to attend segregated, underfunded, and overcrowded public schools. For many African-Americans, academic
failure and literacy are often associated with lower socioeconomic status and social issues such as welfare dependency and incarceration. Teaching it Trill strives to create Culturally Relevant curriculum and professional developments in order to have a impact on the education experience of black and brown students across America.
At Teaching it Trill, we believe:
That all students have the right to a high quality and equitable education.
That the role of race and racism is a factor in the Education system and most be eradicated.
The all Educators must be Activists.
Toriè J. Anderson, the owner of Teaching it Trill, is a native Detroitor, Educator, Author, Writer, literacy advocate, and Activist. She holds a Bachelor of Science in English Language Literature and Writing, a Master of Arts in Education, and a Master of Education in Literacy Studies and a Grant Proposal Writing Certification from the University of Notre Dame. She is a self-proclaimed "Trill-Teacher" who aims to disrupt the school to prison pipeline and dismantle systematic racism in Education within her lifetime. She is the author of Revolutionary Girls, a picture book which encourages young girls and women to speak out about social issues, the host of Teacher Talk Podcast and the facilitator of Always Write Grant Proposal Writing Workshops.
Follow Torie on Instagram at: @teachingittrill