Look no further! In Practice is looking for a few good guest bloggers to share their insights and wisdom about teaching in high poverty schools. Do you teach in a Title One school in the U.S. or a school anywhere else in the world that serves a high number of poor students? Do you feel you have something worth sharing about this experience? Send a comment on this post, or use the Contact Us page if you’re shy. Include your name, the topic you would like to write about, and a sample of your writing or a link to a blog or comment you’ve made.
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