Free African Schools Professional Development on the history of African American education. First step to understanding the Learning Garage pedagogy behind ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage

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Season 11 School Preview July 11

Webb Space Telescope director on first image with ReUNION’s John Templeton

ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage launches a preview month for educators, parents and administrators July 11 with a free viewing of the 21st annual Innovation&Equity annual scientific proceeding of the 50 Most Important African Americans in Technology and the Roy L. Clay Sr. Technology Pinnacle Awards.

Featured is Gregory Robinson, director of mankind’s most ambitious space exploration, the James Webb Space Telescope.  Robinson describes what to expect as the telescope reaches success with the first images the next day. Robinson is a Danville, VA native who graduated from Virginia Union University and Howard University.  Between now and then, take the Free African Schools professional development.

Webb Space Telescope Director honored