College of Education

COE Student Teacher, Faculty Published in Black History Bulletin

May 1, 2009

The College of Education has recently had two of its own featured in the latest issue of the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History's Black History Bulletin.

Kristin Krull, a student teacher and TEP Program participant, discussed her experience with African-American poetry in her article Global Contributions of African-American Writers: Using Poetry to Facilitate Connections Between Historical Periods and Students' Personal Experiences.

COE Associate Professor Leslie Grant discussed multilingualism and its long, tumultuous history in the United States in her article Multilingualism in the United States: Where We've Been and Where We Are.