Saul Fussiner

Saul Fussiner is in his eleventh year teaching History, Facing History and Civics/Choosing to Participate at New Haven Academy. Facing History inspired him to look into his family history. He found out that his last name was spelled "Fuzyner" and was a very common name in the area of Poland in and around Bialystok until the Holocaust. There are only five living people with that last name today.

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Reflecting on a Summer of Bad News: What My Students Taught Me

Posted by Saul Fussiner on September 22, 2016

Facing History teacher Saul Fussiner shares how he addressed issues of race and police brutality with his students at the start of the new school year. 

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