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Teaching As Story


Yes, finally, great stories about great teachers! Teaching for Change was honored to partner with StoryCorps' National Teacher Initiative to collect teachers' stories in the DC metro area. StoryCorps launched the National Teachers Initiative "to celebrate and honor the courageous work of public school educators nationwide. By recording, sharing, and preserving the diverse stories of teachers, we hope to bring larger public awareness of their work and call attention to the invaluable influence they have on us all."



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