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I talked with my mother about her work in education. My mother talked about why she works in education, as well as her past jobs and present job.
Hello, I’m Jackson (18) and my friend, Ann Rae (18), talked about the difference of growing up in a rural setting vs an urban setting. we talked about childhood memories, high school, and family.
Justin Clark’s instructor, Master Opal Harbert, shares her story. She explains how she got up to this point, how she progressed, and her tactics on teaching kids in need.
Priscilla Fuller discusses her time at Whittemore Elementary, an equalization school in SC, and the impact the faculty had on her intellectual and character development.
In this interview DeMarcus Contreras, age 20, interviews Dolores Contreras, age 70. There are discussions of what is enjoyable about being a teacher as well as what issues arise in the educational system.
living history project: lauren and brandy isaac. daughter inteviews mom about uprbringing in southern Illinois in the 70s and 80s.
An interview with Dr. Meera Chatterjee on the Indian education system, its strengths and weaknesses, and gender equity.
Antonio Santos (48) and Naomi Love (27) discuss Antonio's early life and childhood in El Paso, Texas, including when he and a group of other students sued the U.S. Border Patrol while he was in high school. Additionally, they discuss...
Summary of Elizabeth’s life from birth through entering college.
The 2018 Eagle Point high school yearbook editors are on a trip to Southern California with their teacher. They reflect on the changes in their lives over the time they have spent in the class
Jenny Rask: 2020-09-27 01:41:31 Jenny Rask Interviews Father Gene Rask about being a part of the reg room 9 "Brains" group at Central Catholic High School in Portland, Oregon, pets in dentist's offices..."Royce the Cockatou", college options for his family,...
Kyle White talks about how the education system has changed since he was a teen
En esta entrevista, yo tuve la oportunidad de escuchar la historía de inmigración de Kristina Feliciano, mi compañera de SPN119. Su historía de sus abuelos me inspiró y también compartimos muchas similares juntas con la historía de inmigración de mi...
Tasmin Showers, age 16, speaks with his cousin Kya Secoundiata, age 16, about his inspirational family and how valuable education is.
A conversation with my father about his decision to retire from the US Air Force and move the whole family to New Zealand in the 1970s.
This is about the life of a verteran.
In this interview, see how it is like to be a high school teacher, the struggles, the relationship you make, the experiences as a teacher. Ms. Graves tells a bit about her story of why she wanted to become a...
Jena Addison interviews her former English teacher, friend and colleague Carrie Bell.
Struggles with the English language in school.
My grandpa, Cruz Torres, tells his story of growing up
A Chinese Canadian mom in China
In this interview I have a very special guest who's Filippino and we talk about their general culture
A recount of our Native American ancestors, the First World War, the Korean Conflict, 9/11, and more
Stefani Madril, 29, and father Bob Martinez, 64, interview grandmother/mother Vera M. Martinez, 83, about her childhood, her family and her favorite traditions.
Janet Hogue Thompson (77) talks with her daughter Michelle Thompson (51) about the life of her mother Mary Maxine McAninch Hogue (1920-1993) in rural Casey County, Kentucky.