Rehema Mwaisela’s first love was science and math as a young undergraduate at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She hadn’t imagined herself as a teacher, but her journey through a tutoring program at a Baltimore City public school has changed the trajectory of her life. She began at Cherry Hill Elementary/Middle last year, tutoring small groups of second, fifth and seventh graders in math in an attempt to help jump-start their learning after the pandemic. While she helped them, she also learned something about herself.
UMBC grows teachers for Baltimore city schools
November 29, 2022