108 - Complex Rhyme Patterns
It’s crunch time, and the students need to finish their flow. The students get to take a field trip to re:imagine/ATL’s office to go in-depth with counting bars and complex rhyme patterns, and we break down the mess it takes to make that happen. Permission slips, transportation, building trust with parents and schools. Program Director Julie Foster-Straw joins the classroom this week to discuss navigating the mess of getting students where they need to go.
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Sources for fact segment:
Jost, Kenneth (2007). "Racial Diversity in Public Schools". CQ Researcher. 17(32): 745–767.
Frum, David (2000). How We Got Here: The '70s. New York, New York: Basic Books. pp. 252–264. ISBN 0-465-04195-7.
Theoharis, George (October 23, 2015). "'Forced busing' didn't fail. Desegregation is the best way to improve our schools". The Washington Post.
Student Transportation and Educational Access How Students Get to School in Denver, Detroit, New Orleans, New York City, and Washington, DC Urban Institute Student Transportation Working Group February 2017
Urban Institute Student Transportation Working Group (February 2017). Student Transportation and Educational Access How Students Get to School in Denver, Detroit, New Orleans, New York City, and Washington, DC
You Say 'Nay,' I Say 'Neigh': Goats Have Accents
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