How teachers are sharing Nelson Mandela's legacy with students

12/6/2013 | Mashable

The death of former South African President Nelson Mandela is being marked in classrooms worldwide, with many teachers sharing the leader's story with their students. Sixth-grade social studies teacher Missy Wolter Klapperich in Minnesota is among those teachers covering Mandela's legacy. "It will be my mission to introduce him to them, try to walk them through his remarkable life and leave them with the legacy he leaves behind," she said.

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