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Linda Rodriguez of St. Andrew’s School currently teaches MSON’s “A Nation Divided: Literature of the Civil Rights Movement in the Modern US. Next year, she will also teach “Global Voices of Oppression: Literature for Social Justice.” She shares a recent experience in...
As a child, well before Google (and even before Netscape—remember that?), I would go straight from the dinner table to our family encyclopedia. My head was filled with questions. Some came from school assignments (“What was the historical context of Jane Eyre?”) and...
This edition of Teacher Spotlight shines on Canterbury School’s Dr. John Aden. John teaches MSON’s course, “Diversity in a Global Comparative Perspective,” wears many hats at Canterbury, runs an African American History museum, has taught at the college level from...
This edition of Student Spotlight shines on Mounds Park Academy’s Qiya Zhang. Qiya (right) at Mounds Park Academy homecoming with a friend.“I am so sad this class is ending,” Mounds Park Academy sophomore Qiya Zhang wrote to her MSON teacher, Ben Taylor, this winter....