by Faye Starr
In the fall of 1970, I sat with my classmates awaiting the arrival of our new seventh- and eighth-grade teacher. Our education in the past year had been disruptive due to issues with staffing. We had gone through several substitute teachers, leaving us with inconsistent guidance and, truthfully, we had become disorganized and a bit unruly. While we anxiously awaited our new teacher, he was en route to his first ever full-time teaching job.
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