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An Inclusionary Education: Bertha Rogers Guest Blogs

Education Week invites guest blogger Bertha Rogers, a teaching artist with Teachers & Writers Collaborative, to share her thoughts on “Teaching Poetry as a Means to Inclusion.” Rogers writes that although our world is diverse and feels smaller every day, the reality is that the “ways we learn must widen so that inclusion becomes second […]
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