On this episode, we’re joined by David Cutler, a history and journalism teacher at Brimmer and May School in Massachusetts, as well as the Executive Director of the Private School Journalism Association.
David discussed both the work of his organization and his journalism teaching. The PSJA is attempting to increase membership and work to develop policies with private and independent schools regarding censorship and private review. David went through the efforts being made in both areas.
He also talked about the work he’s done teaching at Brimmer and May, other private schools that have stood out for their journalism work (including one in England), and how he’s tried to integrate journalism into his history teaching, and comic books into classrooms.
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