by Eleanor J. Bader

Teaching Teens to Read – in Jail

Rebecca Weinstein is drawn to jobs most other educators avoid. After graduating from college in 1993, she became a teacher in a New York City homeless shelter Then she found work at a school for kids with serious behavior problems. And—in 1997—at a juvenile detention program.

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