Conn. teachers help students understand King's message

01/16/2012 | Connecticut Post (Fairfield County-Bridgeport)

Teachers in some Connecticut schools say they are going beyond Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I have a dream" speech to teach students about his message. One first-grade teacher shared treats with only half of the class and called on select students during class to teach about discrimination. Eighth-grade students at another school were asked to create mock Facebook pages for King, including pictures and status updates, to show what they learned about him.

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