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A “heart” warming Black History Month story

February 12, 2021—“But in my box of crayons, black is a rainbow, too.”[More]

Resources for World Read Aloud Day

February 3, 2021—Clarke celebrates World Read Aloud Day on February 3. The Anti-Racism, Inclusion and Diversity (AID) Committee and program leaders are eager to share the books and resources below. [More]

A Clarke Family Learns and Grows During a Year of Transitions

January 27, 2021—“His mom and dad are a very cool team,” says Marjorie Hill about one of her newest students’ parents. Marjorie is a teacher of the deaf at Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech in Canton, MA. She met preschooler Kellan in January 2020, along with his parents,...[More]

Celebrating Amanda Gorman

January 24, 2021—Amanda Gorman, the first National Youth Poet Laureate, became the youngest-ever inaugural poet on January 20, 2021. Amanda reportedly was diagnosed with an auditory processing disorder in kindergarten and has struggled with speech.[More]