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What Question Did a NYC Teacher of the Year Winner Say He Was Shocked that Parents Never Asked Him? the tao of skwealthacademy podcast, epi_024

In today’s The Tao of SKWealthAcademy Podcast, Episode_24, I discuss the motivating factors behind my creation of skwealthacademy, its launch timeline, and my hopes to create a global community with the common goal of improving many educational aspects that have been nearly universally stripped from the academic institution and classrooms worldwide today. As well I discuss what question a NY City Teacher of the Year winner said he was shocked to hear asked of him only one time by a parent in his decades of teaching. (Correction: In my podcast I mistakenly stated that this NYC teacher was John Gatto, but it was actually NYC teacher Frank McCourt, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Angela’s Ashes.)

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