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Teachers Reflect on What They'll Change in Their Classrooms

We asked teachers to tweet about the changes they hope to make in their classrooms next year, and how they're planning to get there. Dozens of educators chimed in, with responses that were creative, thoughtful, and, at times even surprising. This Storify gathers some of their answers.

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