Alumni Speak Up and Speak Out
This book – the first of its kind – provides alumni of TFA with the opportunity to share their insight on the organization. And perhaps more importantly, this collection of counter-narratives serves as a testament that many of the claims made by TFA are, in fact, myths that ultimately hurt teachers and students. No longer will alumni voices be silenced in the name of corporate and neoliberal education reform.
Chapter Nineteen: Voices of Revitalization: Challenging the Singularity of Teach For America’s “Echo Chamber”
Voices of Revitalization: Challenging the Singularity of Teach For America’s “Echo Chamber”
BARBARA TORRE VELTRI
Barbara Torre Veltri is an associate professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Northern Arizona University. Her research interests include teacher education, Teach For America, and collecting first-person narratives to inform the teaching of history. She is the author of Learning on Other People’s Kids: Becoming a Teach For America Teacher (Information Age Publishers, 2010).
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