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When Students Take a Critical Lens to Traditional Literature: Protest and Student Voice

By Kathleen Hicks Rowley
With the goal of engaging her students “in using their voices to become positive agents of change in their community,” high school teacher Kathleen Hicks Rowley revamped her ELA curriculum in order to address issues of equity and access. In the process of their class reading of Lord of the…
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