Teacher Feature: Burke Scarbrough

As published in the Campus Times

Burke Scarbrough teaches a WRT 105 course called ‘Reforming American Public Schools.” Scarbrough a Margaret E. Warner School of Education and Human Development Ph.D student in teaching and curriculum engages UR undergrads in an issue that no student has yet to denounce: the disparities and shortcomings of public schools in America.

When he graduated from his master’s program at Duke University, Scarbrough helped start up the Martin Luther King, Jr. High School in a notorious building in the upper westside of Manhattan, where he was the only English teacher.

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http://www.campustimes.org/2010/02/25/teacher-feature-burke-scarbrough/

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