Teaching Profession Video

TFA: Kady Amundson - “The Mentor”

May 11, 2011 6:29

University of Tennessee graduate Kady Amundson’s days rarely end when school is over. At the start of her Teach for America assignment, her school faced administrative and scheduling difficulties. But that didn’t stop Kady: she became a tutor and cheerleader to a 19 year old struggling to graduate senior year for the third time, and Kady is now in her third year of teaching. Produced by: John Tulenko. Field Producers: Valerie Visconti, Katie Robbins & Julie Almendral.


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