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Widely respected by grassroots community members and internationally renowned leaders, Dr. Steve Perry's charismatic and compelling voice is an inspiration. He is the educator whom Oprah Winfrey, Sean "P-Diddy" Combs, Bishop T. D. Jakes, and Steve Harvey call to offer insight to parents and children. In addition, a diverse array of politicians and groups, from the National Urban League to ALEC, have reached out to Dr. Perry to understand better what matters to parents.
Within the last 24 months, Dr. Perry has opened his fifth Capital Preparatory Schools in CT & NY.  
His impact is profound and varied, and he displays no signs of slowing down. The word often used to describe Dr. Perry is "passionate." His authenticity is a welcomed addition to any discussion rooted in improving the lives of youths and the community. His skills are hard-fought and have been bestowed by his difficult childhood through his Ivy League school graduation. Yet, there is a richness in his concepts that foster an intriguing point of view on the modern American family.

 He's the voice of a generation, a people's champion who has been fighting for disadvantaged children and families for thirty years. Passionate and surprisingly funny, Dr. Steve Perry is a man who is worthy of a listen.


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Educational Topics

Educators - Growth Mindset
Educators - Inquiry Instruction
Educators - Leadership
Educators - Literacy and Reading
Educators - Motivation
Educators - Personalized Learning
Educators - Poverty and Generational Differences
Educators - Professional Learning Development 
Educational - Adventure and Achievement
Educational - Leadership


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"We have to make a change for the better if we want our kids to succeed"

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Lifelong educator, star of Hit TV Show, Save My Son, believes that every kid no matter the age, cultural background, or social standing should have a quality education.

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Keynote for the National Charter Schools Conference in Washington, D.C.

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