Rethinking Black history education: Wisconsin's Teacher of the Year charts a new course
By: Rose Schmidt
Posted: Jul 12, 2020 9:00 AM CDT
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GREENDALE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- As school districts map out plans for safely reopening this fall, individual teachers are also adjusting their lesson plans. The racial justice movement is sparking discussions about the way history is taught to children and teenagers.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Rose Schmidt spoke with Wisconsin’s current Teacher of the Year about preparing our next generation of learners and leaders for the road ahead.