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We were listening to the principal, Kelly Sanders, speaking there about the “teaming” that goes on grades 8-12.
Just the way the teachers collaborate here kind of blows my mind, because even though I taught in three different schools across the country, I had never seen anything like it.
I’ve had a long career of teaching in very diverse communities, but I grew up in Connecticut.
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I’ve been teaching for a while: most recently at Amity High School in Woodbridge, CT (Amity is a regional school for Woodbridge, Orange, and Bethany.) I was there beginning in 2009 as a full-time English teacher.
We’re being very purposeful in making the curriculum equitable, accessible, and challenging for all students.
That’s really the drive of all of our work this year. Students can expect that we’ll be working to ensure that there are different pathways to success in all of our classes, that students are connecting with and being challenged by the curriculum no matter what their past experiences are in English or their strengths or weaknesses are.