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Bridging the town and gown divide

“Trudging in from the cold and dark after long days at work, students settle in on stackable chairs around folding tables in a room austere but for a whiteboard and a lonely plastic Christmas tree.” Read more here.

 

 

Publication date: 2016-12-20
Parent publication: PBS Newshour
Publisher: The Hechinger Report

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