11/15/2013

Middle-grades educator Ariel Sacks in this blog post shares parts of a student conversation that she overheard to explain why she loves teaching middle school and a diverse population of students. She writes about the "combination of awkwardness and sincerity" she sees in middle-schoolers, and describes how students in a diverse school can have relationships that cross "invisible lines" and that happen in few other places in the city.

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