Published on: Aug 26, 2012 @ 9:46 p.m. ET
Two Maryland public high school teachers, Ernesto Lara and Jake Scott, teamed up to create a math rap video just in time for the first day of school tomorrow.
Believe it or not, hip-hop is a culture that speaks to many people and has the ability to transcend race, gender, age and ethnic backgrounds. When used in a constructive manner, hip-hop becomes a fresh, powerful tool that engages, inspires and educates diverse audiences.
Here’s another example:
Two years ago, Ernesto Lara was commissioned by Vibrant Design Group to pen a rap commemorating the National Urban League’s Centennial Anniversary highlighting their Empowerment Goals:
What are some unconventional methods you’ve used to reach your target audience?
Please share your thoughts!