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Teachers Represent HBCUs With Door Decorations That Teach Their Students About Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Teachers Represent HBCUs With Door Decorations That Teach Their Students About Historically Black Colleges and Universities

If you loved the Black History Month classroom door decorations, you're going to love how the teachers at Rainbow Elementary school decided to decorate their classroom doors. 

To teach their students about Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Chaundra Wright came up with the idea for her fellow teachers to decorate their doors to represent various HBCUs. From Howard University, to Florida A&M, to Tuskegee, to Morehouse, the doors included notable alumni and the rich history of each respective school. 

"Chaundra Wright, thanks for such a great and meaningful idea!", wrote Sharelle Jenkins in a Facebook post. "Our students are so excited to learn more about these amazing schools!" 

All photos via: Sharelle Jenkins

 

  

 

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