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My Students and I Faced Our Own Ground Zero

In a high school classroom 20 years ago, we all learned courage

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Twenty years ago, a room full of high school juniors taught me how to be brave.

The second class of the day was supposed to begin soon.




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Brooke Ramey Nelson

Brooke Ramey Nelson

Native Texan & Mizzou Journalism grad. I’ve worked in newspapers, politics, PR & as a high school pubs adviser/AP English teacher. TOP WRITER?

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