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Documentary an important lesson for teachers

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Evergreen Middle School teacher who died in 2009 is featured

By Deb Hurley Brobst

The documentary “Inspire Me Africa” is aptly named because the film inspires teachers to be better at their craft.

But during a preview showing at Evergreen Middle School last Thursday, the documentary did more than that. It inspired about a dozen EMS teachers to consider revamping their eighth-grade service-learning project to get more students involved globally.

It also inspired them to do even more to honor the memory of Lesley Jankausky, their colleague who was killed in a car accident in December 2009.


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