SDUSD educators prepare to teach Trayvon Martin case
[trib_ndn vid=25238926]SAN DIEGO – Local educators are preparing to teach the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman case to students.
During Tuesday’s San Diego Unified School District board meeting, board members discussed plans to implement a resolution approved in July. The resolution calls for dialogue about the Trayvon Martin case among middle and high school students across the district. It was spearheaded by board members Marne Foster and Richard Barrera.
The first lesson will take place next month at a town hall meeting in the Board of Education auditorium. Students from across the district are invited to participate in a discussion moderated by the Anti-Defamation League.
Among the panelists being considered are Chief of Police Services Rueben Littlejohn, Chief Student Services Officer Dr. Joe Fulcher and teachers, students and parents. Participating organizations being considered include the NAACP, San Diego Urban League, the City Human Relations Commission and the District Attorney’s Office.
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