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Thu. Mar 19th ILEANA JIMÉNEZ: Teaching Feminism in High School #TeacherLives Series @Swarthmore

The Educational Studies Dept’s #TeacherLives Speaker Series Presents ILEANA JIMÉNEZ Teacher, activist, and blogger Speaking about teaching feminism in high school   Thursday, March 19 4:30-6:30 PM Swarthmore College, Scheuer Room Description of Talk Ileana Jiménez, founder of the internationally… Continue Reading →

#ferguson #blacklivesmatter: What is the Education Community Doing?

A version of my post, Teaching in the Time of #Ferguson, was included in this conversation organized by the Berkeley Review of Education. Here is the introduction for the collection of posts: The killing of Mike Brown, the failure to indict… Continue Reading →

Sun 11.16.14: José Luis Vilson – This is Not a Test: #TeacherLives Speaker @Swarthmore

Free and Open to Public #TeacherLives Speaker Series José Luis Vilson: This is Not a Test Sunday, November 16th 4:00 – 5:00p: Book Talk, Q & A 5:00- 6:00p: Light Food and Refreshments Scheuer Room, Kohlberg Hall, Swarthmore College In his… Continue Reading →

Tonight (11/6) Precious Knowledge Screening + Convo with Curtis Acosta

Tonight! Free and Open to the Public Screening of Precious Knowledge and Conversation with MAS teacher, Curtis Acosta November 6, 5:30 pm. Swarthmore College Kohlberg Hall, Scheuer Room. Precious Knowledge portrays one of the final years of the highly successful… Continue Reading →

Dr. Bree Picower Book Talk: Practice What You Teach – 10.26.14, 4p, Swarthmore

#TeacherLives Speaker Series Sunday, October 26th: Dr. Bree Picower 4:00 pm, Scheuer Room, Kohlberg Hall, Swarthmore College Dr. Picower will discuss ideas from her book, Practice What You Teach. The book follows three different groups of educators to explore the… Continue Reading →

A Plea for R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Guest Post by Mark Stern on Rally at SRC #PhlEd

PHOTO: SRC member Sylvia Simms screams in #phlED students faces as they chant “Philly is a union town!” pic.twitter.com/A2yGNFCTYF — Nomi (@NomiMB) October 16, 2014    A Plea for R-E-S-P-E-C-T by Mark Stern I imagine that Aretha Franklin educated many… Continue Reading →

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