After School Special and Teacher Appreciation Week

Nzinga Tull, of Teaching for Change, joined the Education Town Hall on May 8 to discuss issues around respecting teachers in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. Derrell Simpson, candidate for State Board of Education’s Ward 8 seat, joined the conversation.

Teaching for Change is co-sponsoring a program to celebrate teaching: A cast of storytellers and poets from different schools — across the the DC, Maryland and Virginia area — share true tales from inside and outside the classroom, showcasing education at its best. Includes a pre-show reception and post-show discussion, both sponsored by Teaching for Change.

May 9
Show at 8 p.m.
Reception at 6:30 .m.
Atlas Performing Arts Center

After School Special: A Night of True Stories by and about Educators

Also on this week’s show:
No Teen Shame, Beyonce, and Teen Pregnancy
and
Health Education in DC — Breathe DC

Listen to the full recording —



Categories: DC-Area Education, public participation, public resources for education

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