Educating the Next Generation on Antiracism and Universal Design
With Tesha Fritzgerald.
Jennifer Malcolm interviews Tesha Fitzgerald, author of Antiracism and Universal Design for Learning: Building Expressways for Success, about her journey to utilize education to reach students in the margins. She emphasizes how teachers can be advocates and allies for children of color to help them fight for their success.
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