By John Rosales When the earth shook and Haiti collapsed on January 12, students, teachers, education support professionals (ESPs) and administrators at Mead Middle School in Wichita, Kansas, took notice. “After the earthquake, I heard students talking casually about what had happened in Haiti,” says Brian Horn, a language arts teacher at Mead. “We made [...]
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