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Monticello's Whitewashed Version of History

Washington Post Op-Ed

Dr. Desirée Melton, associate professor of philosophy, School of Arts & Sciences, published an 'OpEd' in The Washington Post Sunday newspaper on August 16, 2015. Her essay reflects on a recent visit to Monticello during which she discovered that neither the realities of slave life at Monticello nor Jefferson's reliance on and poor treatment of these human trafficking victims are adequately addressed by museum displays and tours.
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Clipping: No Child Left Inside

No Child Left Inside

Catholic Review

NDMU's Summer STEM Institute attempts to counteract the decline in our children's understanding of nature and the importance of the environment. "Dr. DuPuis and guest environmental educators modeled dozens of ways that the twenty teachers in my class can incorporate environmental science into our wide range of grade levels, curriculum, and school environments."
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Clipping: NDMU alum named Charles County 2015 Vice Principal of the Year

NDMU alum named Charles County 2015 Vice Principal of the Year

The Baynet.com

Louis D’Ambrosio, a vice principal at William A. Diggs Elementary School who earned a certificate in advanced study in education from NDMU, is the 2015 Charles County Public Schools Vice Principal of the Year.
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Clipping: A Ghost Tour of Baltimore's Riots

A Ghost Tour of Baltimore's Riots

The Weeklings

Shelley Puhak '97, Notre Dame's Sister Maura Eichner Professor of English, wrote an essay on the recent civil unrest in Baltimore.
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Clipping: Program offers rookie teachers support to stay in class

Program offers rookie teachers support to stay in class

WBAL-TV

Educators have established the Teachers of Promise Program and Institute in an effort to find and keep good teachers in Maryland. Dr. Gary Thrift, associate professor and chair in the School of Education, is interviewed.
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