The biggest request of all teachers is to use this month as an opportunity to let your students know that there were more people involved in The Civil Rights Movement than MLK. Teach them that black people didn't just start doing things worthy of note in the 1950s. You are entrusted with something very precious and influential, knowledge. Do your part to help our students see more than they've gotten in the past. Show them something new. I love Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. but one lesson about him once a year wasn't near enough to hold my attention as a student. Spice it up teachers.
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Thank you and Happy Birthday Dr. King
DISD and Dallas Education Rundown - January Week 4