The posters in Caitlin Berka’s classroom tell a story. One wall is covered with images of Elizabethan England: William Shakespeare, the Globe Theatre, the queen herself. On the opposite wall, photos of the Rolling Stones and the Who hang above a shrine to David Bowie.
"I believe that had I not lost my hearing, I would never have come to America," says ASL teacher Francis Phiri, who grew up in Zambia.
“English classes teach students how to think. But Gender Studies shows them how to see a new world," says English teacher Tara Theobald-Anderson.