The Writing Revolution Is Providing Free Women’s History Month Classroom Resources for Teachers

The Writing Revolution Is Providing Free Women’s History Month Classroom Resources for Teachers

March 7, 2022By TWR Admin

The collection explores women’s global achievements New York, NY — The Writing Revolution has provided educators with an easier way to share the stories of influential women, past and present, through the addition of complimentary Women’s History Month classroom writing activities to the organization’s growing collection of classroom content. TWR has recently added activities highlighting

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Rays of Hope: Monroe City, Louisiana High School Senior’s National Writing Contest Win Is a Sign of a School District’s COVID-19 Comeback

May 5, 2022By Ronald Golden

After facing decades of academic, financial, and legal obstacles, the predominantly African American school system feels poised to realize its goal of even higher student achievement Monroe City, LA — Serenity Black, a senior at Wossman High School in Monroe, Louisiana, took first place in the high school division of The Writing Revolution’s national Black

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The Writing Revolution Celebrates Black History Month; Provides Free Classroom Writing Activities for All Teachers

January 31, 2022By TWR Admin

The literacy-focused organization has also sponsored a writing contest among its affiliate schools New York, NY — The Writing Revolution has expanded its Black History Month collection of complimentary grade school writing activities for teachers by offering activities that profile award-winning Black authors. The featured authors include: Kwame Alexander Vashti Harrison James Weldon Johnson Jacqueline Woodson The current collection

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