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Jamal Dickerson, Hassan Sabree and Nasir Dickerson
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EMMY AWARD WINNERS
Classroom Close-up, NJ
September 24, 2011

    Congratulations to Jamal Dickerson, Hassan Sabree and Nasir Dickerson from Camden, New Jersey for being part of a team winning an Emmy Award last night Saturday, September 24, 2011. The magnificent mind of Jamal, creating the musical thread (vertical alignment), which all educational systems should adopt or use.  The musical thread was the educational / schools program feature or segment called the "Classroom Close-up NJ: Musical Thread" NJN Public Television with Richard Renner, Segment Producer, Wanda Swanson, Executive Producer and Ed Waters, Director of Photography.

 CLICK LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE MUSICAL THREAD
http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid616303324001?bckey=AQ~~,AAAAj36EGjE~,w53r2XdUtII0XxxdqYeLp1bOxUXrsIg0&bctid=620402420001
or http://youtu.be/o0JtE4W-lo0
  Click Link for You Tube Video of this Segment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHjla8R310I&feature=colike

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Mid-Atlantic Chapter

THE 29th ANNUAL MID-ATLANTIC EMMY AWARDS

Saturday, September 24, 2011
The Loews Philadelphia
1200 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

7:15pm Emmy Awards Presentation
29-Education/Schools Program Feature or Segment

"Classroom Close-up NJ: Musical Thread"- NJN Public Television
Richard Renner, Segment Producer
Wanda Swanson, Executive Producer
Ed Waters, Director of Photography

Musical Thread - Two brothers and their best friend grew up in the streets of Camden wondering what their future would hold. All three returned to not only teach music at the public schools, but to inspire and motivate the children to achieve their dreams through hard work.  Jamal Dickerson, teaches at the Creative and Performing Arts High School. His brother Nasir teaches at Morgan Village Middle School, and their best friend Hassan Sabree works at Camden High School and Forest Hill Elementary. They collaborate their lesson plans to make sure students are prepared for the next step in their education, from elementary through high school.

   
   

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