Keauna Cheers

As a native of Tennessee and working in the field of education for more than 15 years, Keauna has presented at DuBois Charter School New Teacher Orientation, District Learning Day Presenter for Shelby County Schools, 2015 Cohort of Teach Plus Policy Fellow, After-school Technology club; an innovative program that covered diverse technology areas, Drama club, Data Team Member, and a member of the Professional Learning Coach Leadership team. Keauna is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She was awarded Memphis City Beautiful Grant Writer, Recipient of The Margaret B. McKissick Larry Outstanding Female Educator of the Month, and “Irreplaceable” Teacher- Level 5 Educator.


As an educator, Keauna understand that the state of our nation’s future is closely linked to the
educational practices of our nation’s classrooms. It’s essential that educators establish the structure supportive of meeting the diverse learning needs of everyone. Through a balanced, multifaceted, and systematic approach, educators must bridge the gap between what the world will require of people and their practices, programs, and pedagogy necessary to ensure that citizens are fully prepared to meet the challenge of increasing the learning for all people.

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