"Is." "Is Not."

It must have been the Biography or History Channel that I could overhear from our back bedroom. The story was of a famous, professional boxer and he had just won a highly publicized, championship fight. In the interview with the boxer that had lost that fight, he vividly recalled his father coming up to him afterwards and yelling, “You ARE a loser!” This father’s cruel remark stood out especially to me because in one of my teaching methods classes we had been discussing theories of ways to accommodate and differentiate for students with specialized emotional, physical, and mental needs. Most of the time the practice is more complex and tougher than it seems in theory. But I do always say tha

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