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1 comments | January 26, 2007 | 1:58 PM | posted by Kristen

Teacher Jeff Leer's first-person account of his trip to Washington, D.C. is up on the Alliance for School Choice blog, edspresso:

As I stood shivering in the frigid morning air, my mind scrolled back to all the events that have transpired to bring me to this moment. In particular I remembered a conversation I had with a seasoned veteran teacher at my school who told me that the wheels of justice turn slowly, but they do turn. My reminiscing was brutally interrupted by the cutting wind that was blowing at 5:00 a.m. as I held on tightly to my cup of coffee, hoping to suck out every ounce of heat I could. Here I was standing with a number of teachers on the steps of the Supreme Court of the United States, hoping to get a seat to hear oral arguments in a case that had it origins some 14 years ago....

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Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for standing for what is right and what you believe in.

3:01 PM


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