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Huck Finn Teacher's Guide
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The Huck Finn in Context curriculum was adapted from a curriculum developed by the Cherry Hill, New Jersey, School District:

Administration
Dr. Richard Levy, Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction
Dr. Lesley Solomon, Curriculum Coordinator
Laurie Zellnik, Public Information Officer

Writers
Matthew Carr, English teacher
Cherry Hill East High School

Sandy Forchion, English teacher
Cherry Hill East High School

Cherry Hill Minority Civic Association
Bill McCargo, President
Danny Elmore, Vice President
Pat McCargo, Corresponding Secretary

Villanova University
Dr. Maghan Keita, Department of History/Africana Studies
Dr. Larry Little, Department of History/Africana Studies
Dr. Crystal J. Lucky, Department of English/Africana

Huck Finn in Context: A Teaching Guide was produced by the Educational Print and Outreach department of the WGBH Educational Foundation.

Director, Educational Outreach
Beth Kirsch

Associate Director, Educational Print and Outreach
Karen Barss

Manager, Educational Print
Sonja Latimore

Manager, Outreach
Trish Meyer

Print Project Director
Cyrisse Jaffee

Associate Editor
Amina Sharma

Outreach Coordinator
Valerie Grabiel

Writer
Katherine Schulten

Executive Producer, Culture Shock
Jill Janows

Teacher's Guide Advisory Board

Ashley Cochran
Newton South High School, Newton, MA

Robert McBride
Oak Park and River Forest High School, Oak Park, IL

Andrea McCarthy
Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, Cambridge, MA

Nancy Methelis
Boston Latin School, Boston, MA

Carol Siriani
Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, Cambridge, MA

Culture Shock is a production of WGBH Boston.

Funding for Huck Finn in Context: A Teaching Guide was provided by the Ford Foundation.

Major funding for the Culture Shock television production and outreach was provided by the Ford Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and public television viewers. Additional funding for Culture Shock was provided by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation; The Herb Alpert Foundation; The Nathan Cummings Foundation; the Albert A. List Foundation, Inc.; the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation; The Sheldon H. Solow Foundation; and The George Gund Foundation.

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