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NEA President Becky Pringle
The coronavirus made clear that this nation must stop just talking about creating schools that serve the needs of students of every race, ethnicity, skin color, sexual orientation, immigration status or language. It’s time to do the work.
Quote by: Becky Pringle, NEA President
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