How did Black IU School of Education students navigate student teaching in the 1930s, when they were not allowed in segregated classrooms? A new series of blog posts from IU Archives graduate assistant Jo Otremba will answer that question while giving a glimpse into the lives of these students and the difficulties they faced.
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Professor Daniel Castner led an overseas study experience with six students from the Community of Teachers (CoT) program to Hamburg, Germany, last November.
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