The Teacher's Voice
A Literary Journal for Poets and Writers in Education

Vol. 2 #4
Poetry/Short Story/Creative Nonfiction/Essay


Are Public High Schools Humanizing or Dehumanizing 

Students and Teachers ? 

Notes on Contributors

The Scream
Edvard Munch



Surely a school is a place where one learns about the totality, the wholeness of life. Academic excellence is absolutely necessary, but a school includes much more than that. It is a place where both the teacher and the taught explore not only the outer world, the world of knowledge, but also their own thinking, their behavior. 

                                                                        J. Krishnamurti



Ralph Waldo Emerson

Portrait of François Le Sueur
History With a Smile
Paul Hostovsky

Doing Anne Frank
World Enough and Time

David E. Poston 

Patrick's Poem Emergency
Dorothy K. Fletcher

How To Be a Successful Teacher in Virginia
Charlotte A Frazer 

Educational Perspective
William L. Wallace, Jr.

Landing The Helicopters
White Screen, Black Words
Kate Hutchinson

The Name Game
Yolanda Nieves

Womengirls in The Back of The Room 
Barbara T. Davis
Across The Chasm
Jennifer Wallace

Henry Hughes

After Sending Senior Girls to The Principal
My Former Student

Aaron Schildkrout 





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ISSN #1556-6161
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