Rochester, New York, 18th August 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, Caston Binger, an educator with over a decade of experience working in inner-city schools, has donated hundreds of lightly used children’s books to Goodwill. The books will be given to children in need, providing them with access to quality literature.
“I believe that every child deserves to have access to quality literature,” said Binger. “I’m happy to be able to donate these books to Goodwill so that they can be given to children who will appreciate them.”
Goodwill is a non-profit organization that helps people in need by providing them with access to education, training, and employment opportunities. The organization will distribute the books to children in need through its programs and services.
According to Caston, “This donation is part of my larger mission to promote literacy and a love of learning in all children. I believe that books have the power to change lives, and I’m hopeful that these books will make a positive impact on the children who receive them.”
In addition, Caston has plans to donate additional books to Goodwill in the future. “Literacy plays a vital role in transforming students into socially engaged citizens,” Binger added. “I’ll continue to give books away to Goodwill so that they may be given to children who will enjoy them.”
Furthermore, he plans to continue his work as an educator and administrator in order to help provide all children with access to quality education. “I’m passionate about education and I believe that every child deserves to have access to a quality education,” said Binger. “I’ll continue to work as an educator and administrator so that I can help make a difference in the lives of children.”
Just recently, Caston was also featured in ‘Business Matters’ magazine where he discussed his work in education and his commitment to providing all students with access to quality education. In this interview, he also shared valuable tips for educators who are looking to make a difference in the lives of their students.
“I’m passionate about supporting my colleagues, students, and their families,” said Binger. “I believe that we all have a responsibility to ensure that every child has access to quality education. I’m hopeful that my work will inspire others to do their part in making sure that all children have the opportunity to succeed.”
Caston Binger is a vice principal in Syracuse, NY. He has also worked as a teacher in the City of Rochester. He is a lifelong learner who is deeply committed to supporting his colleagues, students, and their families.
To read Caston Binger’s full interview with Business Matters, visit https://bmmagazine.co.uk/business/getting-to-know-you-caston-binger-educator/
To learn more about Goodwill and its programs and services, visit https://www.goodwill.org/.
ABOUT CASTON BINGER
Caston Binger is an educator with over 15 years of experience working in the field of education. He has worked as a teacher in the City of Rochester and is currently working as a vice principal in Syracuse, NY.
Caston was raised in Niagara Falls, New York. He is a graduate of LaSalle Senior High School and earned his BA in Elementary Education from the State University of New York at Cortland. In May 2005, he earned his MS in Educational Supervision and Administration from Niagara University. In May 2021, he also completed his coursework for a second master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the same institution.
As an educator, Caston Binger has a well-defined philosophy. He believes that the work done in schools has a profound impact on student development, resilience, and success. His overall approach is one that is student-centered, collaborative, and driven by data.
Caston is committed to providing leadership that fosters a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning community for all students. He believes that the work done in schools has a profound impact on student development, resilience, and success.
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