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KARA SEGAL, Coro NY Leadership Fellow, February 2014
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NOAH S. BERNSTEIN, Program Officer & Coordinator of Special Projects, The New World Foundation
“My students were really impressed with the studio. They found the comparison between the clips on the Cleveland kidnapping case very educational. We continued discussing them in class on Wednesday, thinking through what narratives we’re given about women. One student mentioned she’d watched DN!’s morning broadcast in the days since our visit…”
VERONICA CASSIDY, Professor, Women & Gender Studies, Hunter College/The New School for Social Research, June 2013
“I learned that the most beneficial and well-rounded source of news comes from people who are more concerned with getting good news out than the ratings of their show.”
MACKENZIE COLLINS, Student, Barnard College, November 2013
“I just read the transcript of your show about Gates’ ties to the Iran/Iraq war, and I’ve printed out parts of it to read to my students. It’s a great way to make the events in the book more real to them to see how the things they’re reading about are present in the media today, and to see how their own country was involved.”
HEATHER TULLIUS, Language Arts Teacher, West Seattle High School (WA), 2012
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CLARISEL GONZALEZ, High School of Language and Innovation, (NY), December 2013
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AMBER BENNETT, 8th grade teacher, Bronx Academy of Letters, (NY), March 2014
“Thank you so very much for participating in our discussion of change in Egypt. The connections that you made to the Occupy movement, Gandhi, Haymarket, and the daily lives of the students were invaluable. After we ended the video chat, the class gathered around a couple of computers and pulled up the DN! website. I could hardly pull them away, even though our class was over and they needed to leave…You brought out the best in our students and challenged their thinking.”
JANIS MICHAEL 4th grade/Greenwald, (IL) 5-2012 Video Chat Virtual Visit