A visit to the oldest public high school in the country!

I was recently invited to The English High School to give a talk to the faculty and staff about the themes from my book. English High School is the oldest public high school in America and is also the place I worked while I was with Fenway High School in the 1980s. I was honored to do this and was so happy to see former colleagues and meet new friends. Thank you to Headmaster Sito Narcisse for the invitation, and teacher Junia Yearwood for the idea! I’m happy that Peter Li, BAA student government representative and rising senior, was able to accompany me.

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