NYSCI Talks: What School Could Be by Ted Dintersmith
Ted Dintersmith talks about how in his travels across the country he found himself in Selma, Alabama where he walked across the famous bridge at daybreak. He discusses the current challenges for children and teachers in the face of continuing discrimination. According to Dintersmith, the children who need the most help are getting the least assistance. Peggy Brookins discusses the work that her organization is doing to improve education. She points out an innovative program being led by Governor Bryant of Mississippi to inspire teachers to become board certified.