This EdNet Forum took place on April 20, 2023, Thursday 7:30am to 9am Pacific Time
About Narrative 4
Students have stories to tell, we give them the mic
Stories break down barriers and shatter stereotypes. They build curiosity and community, starting in the classroom.
You can help young people forge deep connections, fight social isolation, and become powerful forces for change.
Building community through the power of storytelling
We envision a world where community and civic engagement replace loneliness and isolation, and where people meet each other with curiosity, not animosity.
Create a global community where young people learn and lead with curiosity, deep listening, and imagination.
By inhabiting someone else’s story—even for a moment—we are better able to understand each other and better equipped to change the world, student by student, school by school, story by story.
Find out more: Narrative 4.
Lee Keylock is Director of Global Programs at Narrative 4 and oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects of N4’s ongoing programmatic development. Originally from Britain, Lee immigrated to the United States in 1989 and taught English at Newtown High School in Connecticut for thirteen years. He has served as an adjunct professor teaching Creative Writing and Composition at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, where he also earned his MFA in Creative Writing.