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In this final interview, Margaret reflected on the ways in which the pandemic created openings at her school and in her own teaching to reconsider some long-standing practices and conventions that were no longer serving students or teachers. She expressed feeling recommitted to her work despite burnout. Most of the conversation was about teaching and classroom practices in general rather than Covid-related reflections or anecdotes.
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