What you see above is a video presently making the rounds amongst those of us who live in the T.C. Marsh-W.T. White feeder pattern: Marsh eighth-grade U.S. history teacher Miguel Solis speaking a few days ago at Teach for America's 20th Anniversary Summit in Washington, D.C. And when I say speaking, I mean proselytizing.
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