1 hr 16 min

You made it. Barely, but you made it | Keturah Proctor OnEducation

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Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss whether the new paid Twitter is worth the cost, how states are moving to limit how teachers can discuss race in their classrooms, and our guest this week is educator and co-founder of Together for Justice, Keturah Proctor.

Guest: Keturah Proctor

Our guest is a 6th grade Math and English Language Arts in the Elmsford Union Free School District. She’s a former graduate and current resident of the school district in which she teaches. This unique perspective has afforded her the opportunity to forge authentic relationships with the students, parents and community members she serves. She is the co-founder of the Community Action Alliance (CAA) which is an organization dedicated to serving students in the Elmsford Union Free School District whose families were directly impacted by Covid-19.  She also is a co-founder of Together for Justice. This group harnesses the power of community members to speak out against instances of social injustice, bias and racism. Keturah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kproctor1517


Notes:ASK FOR STICKERS: https://twitter.com/MsThornborrowOnEducation is now on YouTube! Subscribe to the channel and listen to prior episodes as they are released!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu2fkhy9cnZZbggW8_K3FgQMike on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/misterwashburnGlen on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/irvspanishParticipate on Twitch: https://twitch.tv/insideparticipate
Current movement to limit how public school teachers can discuss race in their classrooms


Today's podcast is brought to you by:

Participate: The presenting sponsor of OnEducation is Participate. The Sandbox is creating a learning ecosystem where educators can learn in weekly streams, bring ideas into their classrooms, collaborate with other educators and become Sandbox ambassadors. Join the community to learn more at go.participate.com/sandbox

Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss whether the new paid Twitter is worth the cost, how states are moving to limit how teachers can discuss race in their classrooms, and our guest this week is educator and co-founder of Together for Justice, Keturah Proctor.

Guest: Keturah Proctor

Our guest is a 6th grade Math and English Language Arts in the Elmsford Union Free School District. She’s a former graduate and current resident of the school district in which she teaches. This unique perspective has afforded her the opportunity to forge authentic relationships with the students, parents and community members she serves. She is the co-founder of the Community Action Alliance (CAA) which is an organization dedicated to serving students in the Elmsford Union Free School District whose families were directly impacted by Covid-19.  She also is a co-founder of Together for Justice. This group harnesses the power of community members to speak out against instances of social injustice, bias and racism. Keturah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kproctor1517


Notes:ASK FOR STICKERS: https://twitter.com/MsThornborrowOnEducation is now on YouTube! Subscribe to the channel and listen to prior episodes as they are released!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu2fkhy9cnZZbggW8_K3FgQMike on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/misterwashburnGlen on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/irvspanishParticipate on Twitch: https://twitch.tv/insideparticipate
Current movement to limit how public school teachers can discuss race in their classrooms


Today's podcast is brought to you by:

Participate: The presenting sponsor of OnEducation is Participate. The Sandbox is creating a learning ecosystem where educators can learn in weekly streams, bring ideas into their classrooms, collaborate with other educators and become Sandbox ambassadors. Join the community to learn more at go.participate.com/sandbox

1 hr 16 min

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