Teachers College Press to Hold Panel on New Book by MCLA Professor

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Lisa Donovan and co-author Sarah Anderberg will host a virtual panel discussion, "The Art of Curation to Deepen Practice in Teaching and Learning." at 3 p.m. on Feb. 26 as part of the launch of their new book "Teacher as Curator: Formative Assessment and Arts-Based Strategies," published by Teachers College Press. 
This panel, which is being held by the book's publisher, is free and open to the public; register at bit.ly/teacher-as-curator.  
Panelists include Beth Lambert, the director of innovative teaching and learning at the Maine Department of Education; Rob McAdams, the director of Partners in the Arts at the University of Richmond, Va.; and Tiana W. Addai-Mensah, the library media and reading specialist at Miles Jerome Jones Elementary School in Richmond, Va. Anderberg, Donovan's coauthor, is director of the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association's Statewide Arts Initiative. 

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Letter: Hinkell Family Thanks Community for Support After House Fire

To the Editor:

We would like to thank everybody for their generous support during these tough times for our family. We greatly appreciate all of the donations, prayers, meals, and support that has been sent our way. We feel so blessed to be part of such an amazing community and we honestly couldn't have made it through this past week without all your help. 
To the North Adams Fire Department, North Adams Police Department, Northern Berkshire EMS, North Adams DPW, the North Adams Animal Control Officer, and the North Adams Water Department, thank you for your quick responses to our house, saving our dogs, and making sure everyone was OK. 
Finally, thank you to Cutting Edge Painting for dropping everything and coming to board up and secure our house and to Thrifty Bundle for immediately cleaning clothes for us to wear.
As we continue to move forward, we can't help but to reflect back to how lucky we are to be able to reside in a community that is so willing to help people in need. We are forever grateful and will never forget everything that the community did for us.  We Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Johno, Emily, Connor and Easton Hinkell
North Adams, Mass. 

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