Rich Espey Featured on WYPR

Park Middle School science teacher and playwright was featured on WYPR this morning for his play, “Following Sarah” which runs through April 28 at the Venus Theater in Laurel. Espey explains how his work as a playwright informs his life as a science teacher:

When we’re studying the immune system, students participate in drama. Some are bacteria, t cells, b cells. We act out what goes on in a cell. Some are mitochondria, the nucleus and all parts of a cell you learned in middle school.

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