Looking to the future and his projected text for seniors, ULS English teacher/ researcher Bill Teter applied for and received a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) fellowship to study the writings of James Joyce at Connecticut College in New London, Connecticut, in the summer of 2006. The six-week seminar was conducted by Joyce scholar and author John Gordon. Along with 14 other high school teachers from across the country, CRDG’s Mr. Teter read and discussed all of Joyce’s writings, focusing in particular on Ulysses. Mr. Teter applied his work from the summer to the development of a new, thematically arranged text on British literature scheduled to begin testing in Laboratory School English classes in the coming school year.



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