Teach For America alumni Katie Castellano Minaya taught student Oscar Soliver Carreras in third grade in the South Bronx. Nine years later, Katie celebrates Oscar's high school graduation and his future as a student at The College of Saint Rose.
Celebrate World Teacher Day by asking yourself, "What makes a great teacher?" Listen to elementary school students from Achievement First Aspire Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York to hear what they think.
Susie Kim is a 2013 New York City Corps Member who teaches 7th Grade History and Social Studies at Central Queens Academy Charter School. As an Asian American, she tries to instill in her students a sense of belonging so that they can learn to be advocates for themselves and their communities.
Learn more about Teach For America: Arkansas by visiting: http://www.teachforamerica.org/arkansas In some districts, half of Arkansas children are growing up in poverty. In communities where this is the case, less than 1 out of 10 children make it to and through college. Join Brittany and Bry'Niesha in making the Arkansas Delta a sustainable place.
Kadeem Gill, Special Education Coordinator and Master Teacher at The Equity Project in New York City, creates space for his students to discuss and reflect on social issues through literature and movement.
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The I'n-Lon-Schka or "playground of the eldest son" Voices of Osage Christopher Cote and Osage Rancher Marsha Miles Bland Osage County, Pawhuska, Oklahoma This is a sacred dance to the Osage people. All photographs and videos are prohibited of the dancing under the arbor.