Caste- Book Study - Cancelled (Course # 23SE0413A)

Dates: 4/13/2023, 4/20/2023, 4/27/2023, 5/4/2023

Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST

Registration open through 4/12/2023 11:11 AM EST


100 seats currently available.




The registration period has closed for this event.

Webinar Description

Throughout this book study, participants will examine the hidden and unspoken caste system that has shaped America and shows how this system affects our lives
today. Participants will learn what the caste system is and how it presents itself in America.

Participants will need to purchase a copy of:

Caste (Oprah's Book Club): The Origins of Our Discontents


Sheree Joseph-Bos; Tim Voskuil

Sheree Joseph-Bos, You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” This inspiring quote by Mahatma Ghandi is a standard in the way Sheree Joseph-Bos, M.A., Ed. S., conducts her life and her profession.

At an early age, Sheree was fiercely disciplined and focused on her future. As the daughter of an educator, she was intrigued by the teaching and learning process which evolved into her life-long passion: education and leadership. She believes that learning is the true essence of leadership and leadership can only be learned through collaboration. In her 18-year career in education, Sheree has impacted over 1,000 students and has instilled in them that academic success is as equally critical as discovering and cultivating their gifts and talents.  

Sheree is a third-grade elementary educator for Kentwood Public Schools (KPS) and an adjunct professor and curriculum developer for Davenport University. Within the district of KPS, Sheree also facilitates Endeavor Elementary’s Annual College and Career Day for primary school students. She has also led the strategic planning and implementation of the Be the Dream Initiative that places African American male role models in elementary buildings as guest readers.

As a curriculum developer for Davenport University, Sheree designs courses for the College of Urban Education, a practice-oriented, Master’s-level program. In this role, she guides her students in using technology to collect and assess data in monitoring student progress; strengthening alignment of instructional materials to standards; and ensuring college and career-ready curriculum implementation.

Sheree has an associate degree from Grand Rapids Community College; a bachelor’s from Southern University and A & M College; a master’s from Western Michigan University; and an Education Specialist degree from the University of Michigan – Flint.

In her spare time, Sheree enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, travelling, cooking, and dancing. Sheree has a loving husband, Bredon, and two amazing children: Sydnee Monét, 12 years old and Berkeley Colins, 11 months.

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Course Cost

There is no charge to attend this course.

Credit Information

Course: Hours - 4





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