Fairfax Alliance of Black School Educators 

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FABSE is an non-profit organization of dynamic educators who are seeking to make a difference in the students and staff of Fairfax County Public Schools. 


The Fairfax Alliance of Black School Educators (FABSE) is devoted to furthering the academic success of children - particularly children of African descent.

FABSE consists of a distinguished group of educators including teachers, support staff,  administrators (school based and central office) and community members. 



to the

Leaders of Distinction Award Recipients

Dr. Scott Brabrand, Superintendent (retired)

Dr. Frances Ivey

Deputy Superintendent

Dr. Nardos King

Chief Equity Officer (Interim)

Dr. Phyllis Pajardo

Superintendent (retired)

City of Fairfax Schools


to our

Scholarship Recipients

Myah Howard

Herndon HS

Sikavi Raymond

Justice HS

Shiquan Isaiah 

West Potomac HS

Samrawit Yemane

Robinson Secondary School

Kiera Davenport

Chantilly HS

BREAKING NEWS: FABSE Advocacy in Action:

5/13/22- Supreme Court Lets Admissions Process Stand for Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

The Fairfax Alliance of Black School Educators (FABSE) supports the Supreme Court’s recent decision to stay the current admissions protocol of Virginia Governor’s School, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST). See our full statement here, which was released May 13, 2022.

Access prior position from December 17, 2020 letter here. 

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