Q&A with Jason Kamras
The interview took place at John Philip Sousa Middle School in Washington, D.C.
Jason Kamras was interviewed about his experiences as a teacher and the future of public education. He was a mathematics teacher at John Philip Sousa Middle School in Washington, D.C. He was named the fifty-fifth National Teacher of the Year and the first to represent the District by President Bush at a White House ceremony on April 20, 2005. Portions of the White House ceremony were shown during the interview.
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