Do Right Men 2007: Jamarran Moss

Jamarran Moss HOME BASE: Brooklyn PROFESSION: Educator DOING RIGHT: Moss has been a New York City Teaching Fellow since 2006. Currently a special education teacher for grades six to eight, he mentors Black male students from difficult backgrounds. On supporting this much-valued work, Moss says, "I felt as if these students didn't have role models in their lives. I see their paths going a certain way, and I want to change that."
ESSENCE.COM Aug, 29, 2008

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HOME BASE: Brooklyn
PROFESSION: Educator
DOING RIGHT: Moss has been a New York City Teaching Fellow since 2006. Currently a special education teacher for grades six to eight, he mentors Black male students from difficult backgrounds. On supporting this much-valued work, Moss says, “I felt as if these students didn’t have role models in their lives. I see their paths going a certain way, and I want to change that.”

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HOME BASE: Brooklyn
PROFESSION: Educator
DOING RIGHT: Moss has been a New York City Teaching Fellow since 2006. Currently a special education teacher for grades six to eight, he mentors Black male students from difficult backgrounds. On supporting this much-valued work, Moss says, “I felt as if these students didn’t have role models in their lives. I see their paths going a certain way, and I want to change that.”

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HOME BASE: Brooklyn
PROFESSION: Educator
DOING RIGHT: Moss has been a New York City Teaching Fellow since 2006. Currently a special education teacher for grades six to eight, he mentors Black male students from difficult backgrounds. On supporting this much-valued work, Moss says, “I felt as if these students didn’t have role models in their lives. I see their paths going a certain way, and I want to change that.”

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HOME BASE: Brooklyn
PROFESSION: Educator
DOING RIGHT: Moss has been a New York City Teaching Fellow since 2006. Currently a special education teacher for grades six to eight, he mentors Black male students from difficult backgrounds. On supporting this much-valued work, Moss says, “I felt as if these students didn’t have role models in their lives. I see their paths going a certain way, and I want to change that.”

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HOME BASE: Brooklyn
PROFESSION: Educator
DOING RIGHT: Moss has been a New York City Teaching Fellow since 2006. Currently a special education teacher for grades six to eight, he mentors Black male students from difficult backgrounds. On supporting this much-valued work, Moss says, “I felt as if these students didn’t have role models in their lives. I see their paths going a certain way, and I want to change that.”

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HOME BASE: Brooklyn
PROFESSION: Educator
DOING RIGHT: Moss has been a New York City Teaching Fellow since 2006. Currently a special education teacher for grades six to eight, he mentors Black male students from difficult backgrounds. On supporting this much-valued work, Moss says, “I felt as if these students didn’t have role models in their lives. I see their paths going a certain way, and I want to change that.”