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        Khalilah Brann

        In this media gallery, you will find a series of videos featuring Khalilah Brann, a high school history teacher at Brooklyn School for Music and Theatre in New York. In the videos, Ms. Brann talks about why she teaches, what’s challenging about her job and why it’s a labor of love.

        Khalilah Brann: What’s surprising about teaching?

        In this video, Khalilah Brann talks about aspects of teaching that would surprise people outside the profession.

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        Khalilah Brann: High Expectations

        In this edtalk video, Khalilah Brann discusses how she introduces high expectations for her students by having high expectations for herself.

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        Khalilah Brann: A Piece of Advice

        In this edtalk video, Khalilah Brann offers advice to new teachers just starting out.

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        Khalilah Brann: Why Students Drop Out

        In this video, Khalilah Brann talks about why she thinks students drop out of school—because they don’t feel connected and they don’t see themselves represented in the curriculum or overall school culture.

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        Khalilah Brann: What improves graduations rates?

        When discussing how teachers can improve graduation rates, Khalilah Brann feels it’s essential to have other like-minded teachers to turn to for support.

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