NOBLE ARCHIVES Category: 2022

“How Are The Children?”: A Noble Teacher’s Journey in Education

This article is written by Michele L. Bims-Ellis, an English Language Arts teacher at Butler College Prep.

“To educate as the practice of freedom is a way of teaching that anyone can learn. That learning process comes easiest […]

“Autistic people are also artistic”: Muchin Student Colin Moy Shares His Art and His Thoughts

From beautiful Chinese dragons to sea creatures, Muchin College Prep senior Colin Moy lets his imagination run wild and free in his artwork. His art has been featured in Noble student showcases, and this year, his Chinese dragon-themed […]

Learning About Japanese Internment Camps at Mansueto High School

As we head into Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, some students at Mansueto High School are learning for the first time about the Japanese internment camps in the U.S. during World War II.

In Ms. […]

“Changing the Course: Building An Antiracist Education” Episode Four



In this episode, we talk with two leaders in the restorative justice field: Terrence Pruitt and Rev. Dr. Robert Spicer. Both Pruitt and Spicer have done extensive work with […]

April 22nd, 2022|Categories: 2022, Changing the Course, Noble Partners, Noble Staff|
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