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#128: Want to Talk About Race?

Good morning, loyal subscribers! Today’s issue is quintessential Highlighter: 2 parts race, 1 part ed
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#128: Want to Talk About Race?
By Mark Isero • Issue #128 • View online
Good morning, loyal subscribers! Today’s issue is quintessential Highlighter: 2 parts race, 1 part education, 1 part self-care, and 1 part purity rings. Plus you get pets and a panoply of publications. Really, where else can you find Jezebel and the Harvard Educational Review side by side?
We’re one week away from HHH #4! Take next Thursday off, enjoy a day of reading and relaxation, and swing by Room 389 in Oakland to meet great people, chat about your favorite articles, and build our community. Get your free ticket

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Sidney, who belongs to loyal subscriber Abby, is magical. #sundaysaresiddays
Sidney, who belongs to loyal subscriber Abby, is magical. #sundaysaresiddays
Off My Phone and Out of Touch
Anne-otations: High School Football
Readers Respond: Last week’s ode to the endangered pencil caused a big stir. Loyal subscriber and oceanographer Phoebe cried out, “Pencils!! Are they dying??”
Podcast Update: This week’s episode features lead learning specialist Brittany Flynn, who focuses on “Why Are Our Most Important Teachers Paid the Least?” which appeared in The Highlighter #126. On the show, Brittany makes the claim that what we see in preschool spans the entire K-12 system.
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