ALAMEDA, Calif. (CitizenWire) — Nea Community Learning Center teacher David Maduli is among a nationwide group of educators chosen by PBS NewsHour to participate in a live online discussion exploring recent political events in Egypt.
The discussion, which will take place Tuesday, February 15 at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT), will be moderated by PBS NewsHour correspondent Hari Sreenivasan and will add context and background for educators and students, as well as provide voices from the region, media resources and lesson plans for the classroom.
NewsHour has partnered with Independent Television Service (ITVS) to pull together unique perspectives on the situation in Egypt, and this discussion is one of several approaches PBS is taking to offer diverse insights into developing events in Egypt.
About Nea Community Learning Center and David Maduli:
The Nea Community Learning Center (NCLC) is a top-ranked public charter school serving grades K-12. Modeled on the highly successful Alameda Community Learning Center, Nea offers project-based, self-directed learning in an innovative, technology-rich environment. Nea is a student, teacher and parent-led school.
David Maduli, Ed.M. is a veteran public school educator who has taught in the East Bay, San Francisco and Boston for over a decade. He is an administrator and teacher of English, Humanities and Music Studio for grades 7 and 9. He holds a Master’s in Teaching and Curriculum from Harvard Graduate School of Education and is an educational consultant for KQED and ITVS.
For more information about The Nea Community Learning Center or David Maduli’s participation in the PBS NewsHour discussion on Egypt, please contact Lora Lewis at 510.205.2898.
For more information about The Nea Community Learning Center, visit http://neaclc.org .
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