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Facebook Posts May Hurt College Plans

It’s that time of year again—when former students come into my classroom to vent about the college application process. I’ve already written more letters of recommendation than I can count this year. Now, it’s just a waiting game. My students are not good at waiting, especially when the outcome is out of their control. Not knowing whether they will be accepted to their schools of choice is excruciating.
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Teaching the Life and Legacy of MLK

Schools across the country are preparing to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The resources in this edition of The Moment will help you teach beyond the simplified story and help your students learn about this civil rights leader's life and legacy.


Showing Our Best on MLK Day

In classrooms all over the country, posters hang on walls bearing the face of Martin Luther King, Jr. Libraries put out displays of books about his life. Bulletin boards are decorated with phrases from famous speeches. Many will remain up throughout the school year, not just for the federal observance of King’s birthday on Monday.

Part III: Planning Workbook

Before You Begin: The Planning Committee Activity A: Review Best Practices 1. Take turns reading the standards aloud. As you read, discuss each standard and address any questions or concerns group members may have—about
October 16, 2019
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