Teachers As Scholars: African American Literature of the Civil Rights Movement
Join us for presentations by Charlotte-Mecklenburg teachers who have participated in an intensive, semester-long Charlotte Teachers Institute seminar - African American Literature of the Civil Rights Movement led by Dr. Brenda Flanagan, Associate Professor of English at Davidson College. These educators have developed innovative teaching units at the Elementary, Middle and High School levels to support student understanding of this turbulent period in American History.
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