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WWTF Podcast: Teaching in Pennsylvania, Part 1

Rachel Milliron, a 2019 WW Teaching Fellow at Duquesne University, and Kwesi Vincent, 2019 WW Teaching Fellow at University of Pennsylvania, joined us for a conversation about their teaching experience in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. In this first part of the episode, Rachel and Kwesi talk about how they’re facing distance teaching and learning and how the WW Teaching Fellowship has prepared them with the skills they need for teaching in a pandemic.

The WW Teaching Fellowship prepares talented, committed individuals with degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to teach in high-need middle and high schools in Pennsylvania. To find out more, click here.


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