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Remembering our favorite TV teachers

Teachers play a tremendous role in shaping how we view the world. But who – or what – shapes our view of teachers? For me, and I’m guessing for many of us, the answer is entertainment. We may spend years in the classroom with real-life teachers and professors, but the hopes and aspirations we assign [...]
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