The Office of African American Male Achievement was launched in 2010 and creates the systems, structures, and spaces that guarantee success for all African American male students in OUSD.
African American Male Achievement is an ambitious project designed to dramatically improve academic and ultimately life outcomes for African American male students in Oakland. AAMA is leading the school district by analyzing the patterns and processes that are producing systemic inequities. OUSD’s theory of action, Targeted Universalism, asserts that by transforming the system to support successful outcomes for OUSD’s lowest performing subgroup, OUSD will create a district that improves academic and social-emotional outcomes for all of its students.
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IN THE NEWS
We are recruiting for African American Male Achievement Student Leadership Council (AAMA SLC)!
Launched in 2014, the SLC Consists of African American males ranging from middle to high school across OUSD in an attempt to create a network of leaders who support each other at their school sites.
Requirements are as follows:
- Students must be either an Oakland resident and/or attend an Oakland Unified School District school as a student in grades 7-12.
- Students MUST attend all meetings.
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African American Male Achievement
West Oakland Middle School
991 14th Street
Oakland, CA 94607
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