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Iserotope Extras #68: Teaching Trump

Happy Thanksgiving! I was a teacher for 15 years. Teaching is the hardest thing I’ve done. There is a
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Iserotope Extras #68: Teaching Trump
By Mark Isero • Issue #68 • View online
Happy Thanksgiving! I was a teacher for 15 years. Teaching is the hardest thing I’ve done. There is a lot of joy and a lot of pain. Since the election, teaching has gotten even harder. Not only do teachers have to maintain a safe space for all students, but they also have to figure out how to respond. Teaching is political.

Today’s edition of Extras is about teaching after the election. If you’re not a teacher, you may want to, in addition to donating to deserving organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union, head on over to your favorite local teacher and slip them a $100 bill for all that they do.

“What Do I Say?”
Stories From the Classroom After Election Day
What It's Like Teaching '1984' After Trump's Election
I prepared these berries all by myself.
I prepared these berries all by myself.
Teaching After Trump
Most Students Don’t Know When News Is Fake
Thanks for reading Extras #68! Please email me back with your thoughts. You may notice that all four articles today centered on a theme. Do you like this, or do you prefer a more random assortment of articles? I’ll keep you posted on where Extras is heading, and in the meantime, have a great week, and I’ll see you next Thursday at 9:10 am.
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