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We help administrators, teachers, and students create the positive school culture that ensures equitable education for all

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What We Do

The Center for Empowering Education is a K-12 professional development and education service center that strategically places its work in school communities to aid in the education and empowerment of children and those that serve them. We are committed to meeting the professional development, training, and inspirational needs of schools and organizations by creating capacity building systems that improve social, emotional, and academic outcomes for students, teachers, and families!

Education Support Services

Guaranteed Success

Teacher and Young Student

Professional Development and Keynote Speaking

A Comprehensive Approach

Do you need targeted professional development for leaders, teachers, students, or parents. CEE's master trainers provide a wide range of professional development opportunities to improve school culture and academic outcomes.  To find out more, get in touch.

School Improvement Support and Executive Coaching

Expert Guidance

Our clients are number one priority, and our services prove just how committed I am to their success. Book an introductory meeting today to learn more about how I can make your business thrive.


Testimonials from My Clients

What’s Being Said

Mr. Dinkins has proven to be an invaluable resource for me and my school community. He has shared wisdom and successful strategy that has helped me develop as a leader. The best part is he has been right there with me, coaching and guiding me every step of the way.

Jeremy Coleman
Brookview Elementary School

Center for Empowering Education (CEE) under the leadership of Mr. Dinkins has been a critical and strategic think partner in the development of our community engagement and leadership development initiatives.

Cassandra Anderson
Director of Community Engagement

Mr. Dinkins emotional intelligence training for our teacher significantly improved our ability to model social and emotional learning needs for our students. He made an asserted effort to imbed context around addressing our implicit bias and cultural awareness.

Jason Smith
Stonybrook Middle School

Contact Us

12125 E. 65th St, Indianapolis, IN 4623


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