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Professional Learning

Teaching Coming of Age: Exploring Literature and Agency with #DisruptTexts Co-founder Dr. Kimberly Parker

Explore the process of choosing texts with a focus on equity and voice, as well as creating classroom spaces for exploring literature through a critical and ethical lens.

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Stories have the power to transform the way young people see themselves and others. Listen to a conversation with award-winning literacy and equity expert Dr. Kimberly Parker, co-founder of #DisruptTexts and Director of the Crimson Summer Academy at Harvard University. Explore the process of choosing texts with a focus on equity and voice, as well as creating classroom spaces for exploring literature through a critical and ethical lens.