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What idea(s) about teaching could you share with us? A strategy or procedure, perhaps? Something that you have found to be effective with kids? By all means, share your knowledge with us! We’re looking to learning from your experiences and expertise. 

And, as I often say, we teachers didn’t choose the wrong profession; America just picked the wrong heroes. 


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