Watch Dorfman explain his connection to the stories of courageous human rights defends and why he decided to help spread the word.
Kennedy received the Albert Shanker Award, NYSUT’s most prestigious award recognizing special contributions to public education.
Did you miss it? Or just want to see it again? Archived video is now online. Photos, too!
Students from West Middle School in Long Island are doing what they can to make a difference for one of the most at-risk groups in Haiti: orphans.
“It’s incredibly moving. Seeing these students and what they’re doing, and what their interests are, is mind-blowing. You’re using all of your brains to make a better world. It proves the impossible can be done.”
The videos on this page are a companion to the lesson plan “Elie Wiesel: Speaking Truth Against Genocide.”
A companion to the lesson plan “Dalai Lama: Free Expression and Religion.”
A companion to the lesson plan for “Kailash Satyarthi: Child Labor.”
A companion to the lesson plan for “Wangari Maathai: Environment.”
A companion to the lesson plan “Lucas Benitez: Labor Rights”.