The Freedom Writers Diary - Chapter VI, Junior Year - Spring 1997 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter VI, Junior Year - Spring 1997 Summary and Analysis

Ms Gruwell announces the birth of student journals. With Zlata Filipovic as their muse, the students will begin compiling their diaries into a collaborative book. The class is staying late to work on the project, often staying until seven or eight o'clock each night. This causes an interesting situation. Because it's so dangerous for them to go home after dark, many times Gruwell drives them home after they finish.

Because of the danger these students live with, Gruwell has decided to allow them to remain anonymous as they write their journal entries. John Tu graciously offers to supply the classroom with 35 new computers.

Many of Gruwell's students have pulled their grades from Ds and Fs to As and Bs. Tu and Gruwell drafted a contract stipulating that once the computers arrive...

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