Curiosity Fueled by Deloitte
On Friday, April 20, thirty three middle school students and ten Deloitte employees spent their afternoon turning a pile of everyday objects like plastic cups, batteries, binder clips, and wires into automated robots at Cardozo Education Campus. The challenge was to build the robot's electrical circuit so it would automatically stop when it hit the boundaries of its designated area.
Asian-Pacific Islanders in Public Education: A Conversation with Ms. Soo Kim
During my service year at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School in Southeast Washington D.C., I have had the opportunity to meet a kindergarten teacher named Ms. Soo Kim. She is another example of someone showing that Asian-Pacific Islanders do have an important role to play in American public education.
New School, Who Dis?
As an AmeriCorps member, the classroom you share with your partner teacher is a small but dynamic world in and of itself, where aspects of the real world play out into existence. Every person who plays a part, past or present, carries that world with them. Some days, the weight of this world may feel heavy, but there is a sense of calm and joy that comes with recognizing it exactly as it is.