For the sake of the story. For the love of the South.
At the second annual All Y’all Social Justice Summit for Southern teachers, held this year in rural northern Georgia, educators examined their profession on a deeper level.
When Ernest P. Worrell showed up at the White House, he had the press in hysterics. What were they laughing at?
Marianne Leek teaches at tiny Hayesville High in Clay County, North Carolina. Introducing her students to writers from their Appalachian home, like Ron Rash and David Joy, has opened up new worlds for kids and teachers alike.
The Bitter Southerner’s education columnists went searching for musicians who would talk about the teachers who influenced them. Then, they found the whole package in one household.
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