A School With No Windows Through My Lens
Short Stories, Non-Fiction
Adult (25+), New Adult (18-30)
Release Date: April 2014
School with No Windows is a story of a principal’s unyielding commitment to children. This recollection of events is told through the eyes of a common man who has never stepped in a classroom to teach nor dealt with the ongoing educational demands and needs of our youth—especially our lowest performers. School with No Windows recounts the realignment of students, teachers, and community with a commitment of restoring a Jacksonville, Florida elementary school. In this brief retelling, Edward Gaston, a community development professional, shares his view of the transformation through a clear lens.
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