Teaching May Never Be the Same— How Teachers Can Leave the Classroom for the Boardroom

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Teachers are some of the most altruistic people and they care deeply about their profession and their students, but there comes a time in everyone’s life when we reach a breaking point and we have to make the hard decision to put ourselves before others. I write about this from personal experience, because I myself used to be a high school…

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Stories of a former high school teacher, now business consultant. Husband. Travel fanatic. Obsessed coffee drinker. And all-around nerd.

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Steven Hopper

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Stories of a former high school teacher, now business consultant. Husband. Travel fanatic. Obsessed coffee drinker. And all-around nerd.

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