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Why I Teach

In these turbulent times in education, we have to remember why we teach and how we keep teachers in the classrooms.

The author lectures on the rhetoric of “Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Death” in the Colonial costume his wife created.

PREFACE: First, The Bad News

The statistics do not look good for education:




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Walter Bowne

Walter Bowne

This poet-angel-hipster dude from Jersey writes satire, humor, fiction, poetry, essays on music, travel, gardening, and his belly button. He’s a trophy husband.

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