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“Before friend-requesting an educator, students should understand that educators are mandated reporters.”
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“Before friend-requesting an educator, students should understand that educators are mandated reporters.”
—Lisa Nielsen

“Learning with a community of educators makes us stronger educators and we need that strength to accomplish the great mission of being a teacher.”
—Shelly Terrell

“What Uber did for taxis is not something I want to see for education. Education at its core is about relationships and experiences.”
—Dean Shareski

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