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Thin

James, a fourth grader, is a different kind of boy. Not because he is a mix of two races. Not for the bouncy clump of black and blond hair that sits like a wedge at the crown of his head. And at four feet, five inches tall, he stands at the middle of the pack. […]

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Second

At the end of recess last Friday, I blew the line-up whistle. The scramble began. It took only one child switching from walk to run and then the pandemic spread. In an instant I had twelve students dashing across the playground to be first. Several boys showed remarkable cutting skills, slicing in front of their […]

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