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Dr. Darryle Craig, program manager for Fairfax County Public Schools College Success Program, presents her ideas and strategies for becoming “Culturally Competent.” Video segments from Dr. Darryle Craig’s presentation are online.
Flight School 5: On the Red Planet
Learn how scientists are studying the Red Planet, the kind of valuable information being collected, and what that information tells us about our own planet.
Hear My Story: The Enslaved Community at Mount Vernon
Historical interpreters from I Ain’t No Three Fifths of a Person take us back to 1792 and discuss what the new constitution will mean to them. This program was recorded before an audience of teachers and students at George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens.
I Ain’t No Three Fifths of a Person
Explore the reactions and perspectives of key members of the Mount Vernon and Monticello enslaved communities to major events during the founding of our nation.
Meet the Author: Discover Shakespeare
Folger Shakespeare Library Director, Dr. Michael Witmore, discusses how Richard III, a play written over 400 years ago still resonates with today’s audience.
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