About Lacrecia Terrance
Lacrecia Terrance, owner and CEO of theEduProject, An advocate of comprehensive education for all students with a particular interest in children of color. Lacrecia, has been in the education field as a certified educator for 20 years with more than eleven years of her tenure in administrative capacities. Having served in every level of education including; a teacher, Academic Dean, Principal, High School Director, Instructional Coordinator, District STEM Director , National Faculty Member, and now Lead Educational Consultant for theEduProject and Adaptivex.
As a leader for change, Lacrecia has had the opportunity to learn and deconstruct systems necessary to enforce education equity, ethically and without liability through these experiences. While strengthening her skills in curriculum research, and designing high impact learning experiences, she continues to impact students and teachers around the world.
To provide Parents with the best guidance on how to connect home and school during COVID-19, Lacrecia was inspired to launch #HomeEdConnect. This initiative empowers families and students to learn together. The online forum is filled with resources, strategies, demonstrations, online academic chats, weekly challenges, and more!
Follow her journey Twitter, Facebook, Instagram @LTEduProject. Visit our website at www.theEduProject.org. Coming Soon EdPodChats.
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