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A Cheat Code Helped My Son Pass His Driving Test

Serendipity intervenes when we least expect it.

Photo by Vitolda Klein on Unsplash

As a teacher, I am most definitely anti-cheating.

Learn the material, utilize the resources, and demonstrate what you learned. Some subjects are more difficult than others. Some students are better test-takers.

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S. G. S. Abel

S. G. S. Abel

Writing stories through the lens of personal growth, parenting and 40+ yrs in special education. Twitter @abel2readaloud, IG @tinyteapottales

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