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Ashley Nicole Anderson

Ashley Anderson is a master’s student at the Warner School in the teacher preparation program, specifically the Secondary English Education Program (Grades 7-12) with Inclusion. She is also participating in the Urban Teaching and Leadership Program. Ashley is from the Washington, DC, metropolitan area and in 2009 she graduated from the University of Rochester, where she majored in English with a concentration in Theatre.

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  1. Haircut
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    I wonder when you say that the truth will always be in my hair if that somehow mirrors the fact that even though our hair changes all the time with the things that we do it that at the root and at the core of it all lies the foundation and base that never changes.. that it where it begins. I wonder if that what you mean by the truth will always be in my hair ???

  2. Ashley Nicole Anderson
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    Firstly, I sincerely apologize for the delay with my response. The Warner School definitely keeps me busy with graduate course work and student teaching.

    In response to your comment…
    Yes, the truth will always be in your hair. Hair constantly changes, but the root and core will always remain as the foundation. My foundation is my heritage and I carry it with me all the time. It is imperative that students are able to learn something about their heritage in the classroom. Students should also be able to gain something about other people’s heritage as well.

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