Liberia: A Nation in Recovery

By Ariane Heffinck The Republic of Liberia (since 1847) was started by citizens of the United States as a colony for former African American slaves and their free black descendants. Following its legacy during slave times, Liberia championed other African nations to work towards independence. The small country was one of the first to sign […]

Interview with Jeremy

Vesko: What is your connection to the Philadelphia public school system? Jeremy: I finished my fifth year of teaching secondary mathematics in Philadelphia at Germantown High School. I also served as a technology leader and a union building representative for Germantown High for the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers. I accepted a site selected [merit based] […]