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This Is What The New National Teacher Of The Year Wants To Tell Trump

If 2017 National Teacher of the Year winner Sydney Chaffee gets the opportunity to speak with President Donald Trump, she will tell him to spend more time with people like her. “Please invite teachers in and talk to them when making policy decisions,” Chaffee says she will tell Trump. “I’m hopeful that’s something I would be able to say to him and that he would take me up on it.
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Sydney Chaffee teaches high school humanities in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood.


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