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Durfee & Needham HS Students Respond to In-Person Instruction

Narrated by Greg Cunningham

SEPTEMBER 2021 PODCAST – This month’s podcast features students from Durfee High School in Fall River and Needham High School as they respond to the return of full, in-person instruction for the 2021-2022 school year. The Durfee students also share their excitement on entering a brand new, state-of-the-art building, while students from both schools express their hope that health and safety protocols will remain in place for the foreseeable future.

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JFYNetWorks Podcasts Now Widely Available

JFY on your favorite podcast streaming services

JFYNetWorks is pleased to announce our monthly podcast is now available on Spotify, Pandora, Google Podcast, iHeart Radio, PodBean, TuneIn, and JFYNet.org. JFY’s podcast focuses on timely educational topics, with guests including educators, students, administrators, and content-specific experts who provide insight on a variety of issues. Recent podcasts have included an analysis of Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb; highlights from an early college information session held virtually with partner institutions BMC Durfee High School in Fall River and Bridgewater State University; and perspectives from educators and students on online learning platforms.

Professor Steven Dooner’s analysis of The Hill We Climb

Creating a patterned tapestry of the spoken word.

FEBRUARY 2021 PODCAST – Our celebration of Black History Month continues with today’s podcast featuring an analysis of the poem The Hill We Climb presented by Amanda Gorman during the inauguration of President Joe Biden. It features Quincy College English Professor Steven Dooner’s analysis of the rich allusions, references and wordplay woven into the texture of this densely patterned tapestry of spoken word. Professor Dooner, a teacher and performer of literature for over 30 years and a favorite among Quincy College students, teases out Ms. Gorman’s many evocations of the writings of African American poets, writers and leaders, a backdrop of reference that provided poignant and pointed context for the historic moment.