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  C2C Interview with Allyson Bogie

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This is an audio interview with Allyson Bogie a librarian at Fred Korematsu Middle School in the West Contra Costa Unified School District in the San Francisco Bay area of northern California. This interview was recorded for the Connecting to

This is an audio interview with Allyson Bogie a librarian at Fred Korematsu Middle School in the West Contra Costa Unified School District in the San Francisco Bay area of northern California. This interview was recorded for the Connecting to Community Oral History Project (C2C). The interview includes Ms. Bogie’s background, her training as a teacher through the Teach for America program, her transition to library work and her perspective on some local issues of diversity within her school environment. She discusses topics including parental involvement and expectations, and working in a school with a multi-ethnic student body.

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2017-11-13

  C2C Interview of Nancy Malek by Erin Ramirez

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Audio interview with Kindergarten teacher Nancy Malek and her experiences in teaching in New Mexico at a year round, multi level school and in Washington State at both public and private schools. Issues of politics in education, bilingualism, funding, and charter schools are also discussed.

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2016-09-24

  C2C Interview with Mark Gilbert by Candace F. Bryson

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This is a graduate student contribution to the C2C project through Arizona State University. The interview is with Mr. Mark Gilbert, a high school special education teacher, in Birmingham, Alabama. The focus of the interview is on his

This is a graduate student contribution to the C2C project through Arizona State University. The interview is with Mr. Mark Gilbert, a high school special education teacher, in Birmingham, Alabama. The focus of the interview is on his work in special education. He provides an in-depth look at the role of special education teachers, particularly those in Alabama. Mr. Gilbert discusses various regulations, burn-out rate, and the negative discrepancies between special education teachers and general educators while also shining a positive light on why he remains in such a high-stress education role.

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2019-11-17