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One Teacher’s “Election Thing” Is a Lesson All By Itself

There is nothing more to say about the 2020 election that hasn’t already been said and now we wait to see who the nation chooses.

With that, we leave you with this history teacher’s simple yet poignant words. He calls it his “election thing”—but it’s actually more valuable than he likely realizes.

Thank you, Mr. Welle. Your students are lucky to have you.

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