Andrew Jarboe, Ph.D.

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Teacher

Boston, Massachusetts

After graduating from Bates College with a degree in history in 2005, Andrew Jarboe joined Teach For America and taught history for three years at the middle and high school levels in Harlem, New York, while also earning his master’s degree in teaching. In 2011, while completing his doctoral dissertation, he joined the faculty at Roxbury Preparatory Charter School. After four years teaching eighth grade US History, he joined the founding faculty at Roxbury Preparatory High School where he taught AP US History and ninth grade US History. Dr. Jarboe is also an Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music.

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Posted June 21, 2019

Starting a Debate Team Helped Unlock My Students’ Potential and It Can Do the Same for Yours

After teaching middle and high school history for almost 15 years, I believe deeply that rigorous history education has the…

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Posted Feb. 23, 2021

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Posted Feb. 22, 2021

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Posted Feb. 24, 2021

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