Saturday, February 4, 2017
Quote of the day
"I am quite careful in my classroom about partisan politics, and my language was especially cryptic during the election last year," writes Aaron Baker, an 8th-grade history teacher in Del City. "However, I unashamedly promote tolerance, multiculturalism, gender equity, LGBTQ+ rights, and anti-racism. And I have always felt comfortable critiquing the President of the United States, both then and now. I am fully aware that the freedom that I enjoy in my classroom is available to me in large part because of white privilege."
Posted by Brandon Dutcher at 6:42 PM
Labels: Aaron Baker, Worldviews in the Classroom
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