Close Your Eyes and Cover Your Ears? Approaching Controversial Social Issues with Children Author, Annie Weinberg I am far (very far) from being a parent, but I can imagine […]
In June 2016, I graduated from Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies, located in the Jackson Ward neighborhood. Author, Kelly Martin In the past couple […]
Although they are all around us, monuments and memorials to historically significant events and people are typically not at the forefront of my mind. However I find that when I […]
Educator Diane Hamilton discusses her teaching methods at Maggie Walker High School in Richmond, Virginia.
Educators Murray Payne and Carolyn Brown of Lynchburg, Virginia stress the importance of education and activism in bringing about social change.
Richmond educator Barbara Grey discusses her pedagogy of caring and her work improving the education of students.
Lillian Carter discusses her pedagogical and intellectual evolution as a teacher.
Educator Judith Anderson recalls becoming a French teacher in Richmond Public Schools.
Charlottesville, Virginia teacher Deloris Campbell discusses how she taught about the civil rights movement.
Educator Nancy Samuels talks about her classroom experiences with Professors Alridge and Luftig.