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Douglas Eddelstein

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Douglas Edelstein has taught Social Studies and Language Arts in the Seattle Public Schools since 1994 at Rainier Beach, Nathan Hale and Cleveland high schools. He is an adjunct instructor in Social Studies Methods in the Masters in Teaching program at Seattle University. He has worked as an editor, writer, and reporter, and is a graduate of the University of Washington (English) and the Woodring Graduate School of Education at Western Washington University. Professional interests include educational equity and justice, student-focused school reform, de-institutionalizing of racism, political discourse, and best-practice teaching of writing, research and scholarship. He is currently posted at Nathan Hale High School in Seattle, where inclusion, collaboration, personalization and curriculum integration are core values. 

Email: daedelstein [at] seattleschools [dot] org


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