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Join Us for Critical Literacies: An Intimate Discussion with Bob Moses and Junot Díaz

Teaching for Change is honored to co-host host a fundraiser for the Mississippi Young People’s Project at Busboys and Poets called Critical Literacies: An Intimate Discussion with Bob Moses and Junot Díaz.  Please get your tickets today for the reception on Thursday evening, March 28 in Washington DC with The Young People’s Project, SNCC Legacy Project and Busboys and Poets. During the reception, we will hear …

Eyes on the Stars

  Teaching for Change was a proud partner with StoryCorps on its Teacher Initiative last year. We recruited the participants for their DC area educator interviews. As part of our ongoing partnership with StoryCorps, we are pleased to participate in the launch of their latest animation called “Eyes on the Stars.” As StoryCorps explains: “On January …

Writing for Freedom: A Multidisciplinary Study of Freedom Schools Then and Now

“Education should enable children to possess their own lives instead of living at the mercy of others.” —Charlie Cobb Jr. “Education should enable young people to function productively and meaningfully in society and give them the tools to change society.” —Charlie Cobb Jr. A team of teachers in McComb, Mississippi began the year as historians, combing through …