This blog is part of a series produced by 2013 NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellow, Joshua Parker, an educator at Windsor Mill Middle School in Baltimore, MD, and the only African American male from Baltimore County Public Schools to win Maryland State Teacher of the Year. Read part one and part two of this series for more on how Parker explores the topic of male African American students thriving in reading.
Photo: Joshua Parker (center) and a group of high school students in Sao Paulo,
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