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Call Me MISTER

Looks to the future with Dean Photo taken during the 7th Annual Induction Ceremony
 

A Leadership Teaching Program

The Call Me MISTER program is a national teacher leadership program that not only prepares young men for a successful career as an elementary or secondary teacher, but also provides them with resources that will place them in a position to effectively impact the lives of children.

The Call Me MISTER program is contributing to the talent pool of excellent teachers by identifying and supporting young men who are literally "touching the future" by teaching children. This successful model seeks to reverse the lack of young men who are leaders, role models, and teachers in communities.

 

 

MISTERS Meet U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education for Civil Rights

On April 7, Catherine Lhamon, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education for Civil Rights, met with Longwood students and spoke briefly about current perspectives in education and civil rights.  Joining her for the question and answer session was Margot Rogers, who has had a distinguished career in education policy.  Mr. Lawrence Turner, a graduate student in the Call Me MISTER program, moderated the event. Mr. Orlando Baker, a freshman in the Call Me MISTER program, also attended.

MISTERS with Lhamon L to R: Orlando Baker, Catherine Lhamon, Margot Rogers, and Lawrence Turner