Author Zetta Elliott to Middle Schoolers: The World Needs Your Stories

On Friday, February 10, 2017, author Zetta Elliott captivated nearly 100 middle school students at D.C.’s LaSalle-Backus Education Campus (DCPS) with her stories about coming of age, the foster care system, friendship, addiction, mystery, and more. Teaching for Change arranged the visit to LaSalle-Backus, a partner school for the Tellin’ Stories parent organizing project. Elliott’s […]

Eloise Greenfield: Groundbreaking Author of Children’s Literature

The Teaching for Change board and staff honor the work of one of our favorite children’s book authors, the nationally influential Eloise Greenfield. We have used Greenfield’s books extensively in workshops with teachers and students and appreciate all the times she has played an active role in Teaching for Change events. In 2016, Greenfield received the […]

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