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My Brother's Keeper

TOC II Spotlight: SUNY Oswego

We featured this TOC II spotlight in our June 2018 newsletter

Why Representation Matters:
Voices from MBK TOC II Scholars

TOC II Scholars lifted their voices to tell why representation matters during the SUNY Oswego's Quest Symposium in April 2018. This campus-wide all-day event provided opportunities for students, faculty and staff to share their research and/or present on a specific topic. The TOC II students led a panel discussion on the importance of representation and shared insights on how the TOC II program is shaping and developing them as future teachers and change agents. The students shared their personal stories of why they want to teach in urban areas as well as some of their successes and challenges in their journey to become teachers. The panel was moderated by Amanda Ebrahim, a TOC II Scholar.

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