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I sat staring out of our classroom’s four large, parallel, windows; their rich wood framing a stunning view of campus. The green lawns flourished, and the earthly colored leafs smoothly rippled...

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Lawrence A. Weber - Social Studies Teacher

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There's something that can be said of a good teacher. They're always there for you when you need it, and though they might not be the most well liked, they're more than the others can hope to be....

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When some people decide they want to be teachers, they go to college, get a degree, and find a job at a school. They prepare lesson plans, give out homework, and make up tests. But when they walk...

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