Stories From The Teachers For East Africa ExperienceLearning From The First Free Students In Uganda In The 1960s Dr Moses Howard Describes His Experiences As An African American Lecturer From Mississippi Who Came To Spend Ten Years As A Teacher In Uganda, Beginning First As A Fulbright Scholar In 1961.
MOSES LEON HOWARD, an American writer and educator, has written for children and adults for fifty years A retired dean of a community college, he has worked as a biology teacher, assistant high school principal, and mentor and counselor for students at risk He lives in Tacoma, Washington In addition to his long career as an educator in the U.S., Mr Howard served as a Fulbright Fellow in Africa and spent ten years training medical technologists and preparing secondary school teachers in Kampala, Uganda.Mr Howard has also published children s books such as The Human Mandolin and other titles under the pen name Musa Nagenda, including Dogs of Fear and The Ostrich Egg Shell Canteen.
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- A Teacher in East Africa
- Moses L. Howard
- 14 October 2019 Moses L. Howard