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I accidentally trimmed the original Facebook livestream to a 5-second clip, so I recorded this video with the main points of the original.
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Next Week's Post: How to Survive Virtual Learning
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Overview: Hello and welcome back to the blog! This week’s post addresses racial disparities in health and education, discusses the causes of these disparities, and introduces possible solutions for equitable education and health care.
Note: This post is longer than most, but I feel that the long introduction is necessary to understand the general standing of Minnesota on the topic of race.
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Overview: Welcome back to my blog! In this post, I’ll discuss my future career plans and goals (I’m so excited)! I’ll also break down what I’m planning on posting next in the upcoming weeks.
Note: Please know that my career path is not the same as every teacher. Every teacher has a different specialty and different path, aspirations, and goals.
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Meghan Hesterman (she/her) is a child advocate and education blogger. While a student at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD), she created Journal of a Future Teacher to share her journey in becoming an early childhood teacher.