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Boomers Could Never Survive High School Today

Teens today are held to an absurdly high standard in comparison

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In the early days of the pandemic, I was doing school-at-home with my oldest child, who was in 9th grade at the time. He was doing algebra and it wasn’t going well; math isn’t his favorite subject.




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Gina Denny

Gina Denny

B.S. Business/Human Resources M.S. in Child Development/Education. Associate editor for Touchpoint Press. Erstwhile classroom music teacher. Homeschooler.

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