California Educator

September 2013

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Learning Members' best practices, teaching ideas and education trends In 1963, the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom changed the world. Fifty years later, it remains one of our most teachable moments. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of that march and to keep alive the work and hopes of the civil rights struggle in California and the nation, CTA is partnering with the Equal Justice Society to support its national agenda of achieving racial equality. IMAGES FROM RETIRED TEACHER JUDY COLLIER'S SCRAPBOOK TAKE US BACK TO THAT HOT SUMMER DAY 50 YEARS AGO AS SHE MARCHED HAND IN HAND WITH THOUSANDS OF OTHERS IN WASHINGTON AND STOOD UP PEACEFULLY FOR CIVIL RIGHTS. READ ABOUT HER EXPERIENCE AND THOSE OF MARGARET BROWNE AND HARRIET HUTCHINSON ON PAGE 52. SEP TEMBER 201 3 Educator 09 Sep 2013 v3.6 int.indd 47 47 9/3/13 2:26 PM

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