When we first become teachers, we are all bursting with excitement and determined to make a difference in the lives of our students. But eventually, once the newness begins to fade, we begin to see a great divide between teachers who are realists and teachers who are idealists. Both parties still want what’s best for their students. But while realists try to make do with the materials they already have, idealists strive for something better. Our very own Stacy Hurst did just that. Here is her story:
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