Taking Teaching into New Territory Farai Chideya talks with a group of educators who have made an impact in the lives of countless young people in a big way — by breaking the rules.
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Taking Teaching into New Territory

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Taking Teaching into New Territory

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Taking Teaching into New Territory

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Farai Chideya talks with a group of educators who've made an impact in the lives of countless young people in a big way by breaking the rules.

Joining the roundtable are Vielka McFarlane, executive director and founder of the Celerity Nascent Charter School; Marva Collins, founder of the Marva Collins Preparatory School in Chicago; and Kalamu Ya Salaam, co-director of Students at the Center.