In today’s episode we will address responses to the recent political situation and ask the question, is teaching political? This topic arises comes from an online communication I had with a colleague this week. It prompted me to write a blog post, published by our friends in Edjacent, and addressed in this podcast as a Dear Doctor D question.
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