Through collective identity and action, civic leaders work with APA to break the wall between classroom and community.
APA works with local civic leaders who are transforming Haiti’s education system towards liberation, equipping generations of Haitians with the knowledge, skills, and mindsets to achieve their full potential.
APA envisions a collective movement of local civic leaders working to decolonize education by centering on Haitian history, culture, and identity — redefining leadership for us and by us.
Since 2014, APA has engaged over 600 teacher leaders, parent leaders, and school leaders to spur transformation within classrooms and across the entire community. APA is currently in an important stage of growth, deepening our impact within our partner communities and broadening networks of leaders creating change across Haiti.