Emily teaches fourth grade at Montello Elementary School in Lewiston, Maine. In addition to teaching in Lewiston, she has also taught special education and general education in New York City, including one year at a “high-performing” charter school in Brooklyn. She has two master’s degrees; one in Urban Education from Mercy College, and another in Developmental Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. She also worked as a research analyst and assistant at the National Center for Children and Families at Columbia and Oldham Innovative Research in Portland.
Episode 80: Teaching for Black Lives National Week of Action.February 18th, 2019
Trending News Bible Literacy? Teachers who protest should lose their license. Just say no to abstinence. Special Episode: Educators in Madison, Wisconsin gathered on a cold Sunday at Edgewood College to kick off the National Teaching for Black Lives week of Action. Jesse Hagapioan (one of the editors of Teaching for Black Lives) was the… Read more »More Episodes