Hamilton & Teacher Wins National Award for Helping Kids in El Salvador
On The Sound of Ideas, there's a million things we haven't done. Taking a close look at the "Hamilton" phenomenon, for example. But just you wait. We'll talk about it on The Sound of Ideas at 9am. As the smash Broadaway hit begins a six-week run in Cleveland, we'll talk about its local and global impact with The Plain Dealer's Andrea Simakis and it's impact in the classroom, with two recent Shaker Heights High grads who can safely be called super fans. Plus, we'll talk to a Twinsburg middle school teacher who won a national education award for her work helping underserved kids in El Salvador.
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-Andrea Simakis, Feature Writer, The Plain Dealer
-Anna Walker, 16, Shaker Heights Grad & Incoming Freshman, University of Rochester
-Ruby Gibson, 18, Shaker Heights Grad & Incoming Freshman, Northwestern University
-Renee Romano, Professor of History, Oberlin College & Co-Author, Historians on Hamilton
-Lynnette Jiminez, Language Arts Teacher, R.B. Chamberlain Middle School, Twinsburg City School District