Age of Awareness
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Age of Awareness

The Classroom is Now a Crime Scene

But the accused, the teacher, is innocent.

Photo by niu niu on Unsplash

There’s a boy in my class who struggles with reading. He’s several grade-levels lower than he should be at his age.

And it’s my fault, because I, his teacher, am the one responsible for teaching him to read. He is entitled to this skill; he deserves it. It is a skill he should, by all rights, ‘own’. If I am…

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