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Let’s Talk about Books and Schools in a Digital Age

Written words will always be essential — Now and in the future.

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“I heard your students don’t like to read anymore.”

My new colleague was working on his course materials for the next school year. He felt it was essential to talk to me. “Good teachers need to understand the students’ expectations for their…




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Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Gen X Writer — Professor — Lawyer

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