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Christmas Party @mcleod @edjurist

Image Source: Over the years, Dr. Scott McLeod and others (Justin Bathon) have had fun laughing it up in regards to holiday celebrations. Is that Christmas eCard really appropriate in a K-12 setting? In the spirit of problem-based learning scenarios, let's consider this twist: Throughout the year, every birthday and holiday gathering has been marred by the presence of Jehovah's Witness observers in the Office.
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