Mychal Wynn is an author and educational consultant specializing in college planning, increasing student achievement, closing the achievement gap, literacy instruction, parenting, and increasing black male achievement.
Mychal Wynn
Inspiration, Motivation, Strategy
Black Male Achievement
What We Believe
The deficit-focused conversations surrounding Black male achievement must change to focus on the factors that have, and continue to contribute toward Black male success. Mr. Wynn is a successful first generation college graduate. His older son graduated from Amherst College and his younger son is a 2015 Gates Millennium Scholar, currently attending Morehouse College. Mr. Wynn's church has assisted Black males in navigating their way into top HBCUs, the Ivy League, and millions of dollars in scholarships. Shaun Harper in, " Succeeding in the City: A Report from the New York City Black and Latino Male High School Achievement Study ," provides compelling research confirming what Mychal Wynn outlined  his 1992 text, "Empowering African-American Males to Succeed: A Ten Step Approach for Parents and Teachers" and in the updated text (2005), " Empowering African-American Males: A Guide to Increasing Black Male Achievement ."
 
The conversations must be focused on STRATEGIES!   

Shaun Harper, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Mr. Wynn is a knowledgable and pragmatic educator who has the ability to make connections with Black youth that many educators are unable to make. He speaks from an authentic background of growing up in urban poverty and attending low-performing public schools. Yet, he is able to inspire young men in ways that few others are able to do through 'authentic conversations' which challenge our young men to look at themselves, their actions, their behaviors, and their attitudes toward school. In so doing, they are further challenged with assuming those attitudes and behaviors that are consistent with their desired college/career outcomes. The young men participating in our book clubs and college planning cohorts are beginning to achieve measurable success and remarkable outcomes.
— Eric Hines, Director of Equity and Inclusion, Guilford County Schools (Greensboro, NC)
Mr. Wynn has been instrumental in kicking off our 'Black Male Learners Book Club.' His books, 'Follow Your Dreams: Lessons That I Learned in School' and 'The Eagles who Thought They were Chickens' are not been instrumental in cultivating an attitude of black male intellectualism, but they have inspired our young me to become leaders in their schools and positive contributors to their communities. Not only does Mr. Wynn's journey allow him to connect with our youth, his insight into their attitudes toward, challenges they face in school, and hopes and aspirations, make him uniquely gifted in fostering relationships, inspiring learning, and moving youth to becoming proactive in closing achievement gaps.
— Patrick Johnson, Director of Academic Excellence and Equity, Tacoma Public Schools (Tacoma, WA)
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