Teacher-developed course on civil rights could be taught across Ala.

05/9/2011 | Anniston Star (Ala.), The

Alabama high-school teacher Marvin Moten has developed a black-history class that could be digitally expanded across the state as the main source of civil-rights history for high-school students. The course uses project-based learning, allowing students to visit important sites and creating videos of interviews with historical figures.

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