In a recent “Good of Goshen” feature, Hank Moore, a Goshen High School mathematics teacher talks about his life in Goshen, Indiana and why it’s a “really special” place.

Hank also shares with us his experience as a teacher at Goshen High School, a place he describes as one where all the teachers and administrators are on the same page – something he says is not commonplace. In the very student-centered and positive environment, “everybody is willing to work hard because they know how important this job is.”

Follow the link to read the full article in the Good of Goshen, a community-led storytelling project with the aim share what makes this small city spectacular and to invite community members to share their own stories.

This post was created thanks to a collaboration with Lori Martin, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent/PR, Goshen Community Schools.

Indiana’s urban schools are places where people make the difference. People like Hank Moore and Lori Martin who are helping their community know what makes Goshen Community Schools a special place.  Indiana Urban Schools Association appreciates the opportunity to share these stories with you.

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