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Little Rock Education Association Marches in Support of Teacher Inclusion

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Little Rock Education Association Marches in Support of Teacher Inclusion

Teachers, students, parents, administrators, and supporters of the Arkansas Education Association (AEA) and the Little Rock Education Association (LREA) gathered at the Capitol Building the afternoon of Saturday October 20. (photo by Mollygrace Harrell)

Teachers, students, parents, administrators, and supporters of the Arkansas Education Association (AEA) and the Little Rock Education Association (LREA) gathered at the Capitol Building the afternoon of Saturday October 20. (photo by Mollygrace Harrell)

Teachers, students, parents, administrators, and supporters of the Arkansas Education Association (AEA) and the Little Rock Education Association (LREA) gathered at the Capitol Building the afternoon of Saturday October 20. (photo by Mollygrace Harrell)

Teachers, students, parents, administrators, and supporters of the Arkansas Education Association (AEA) and the Little Rock Education Association (LREA) gathered at the Capitol Building the afternoon of Saturday October 20. (photo by Mollygrace Harrell)

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Junior Mollygrace Harrell is serving her first year on the Tiger as a Staff Writer. Mollygrace joined staff because she likes to write, meet new people, and enjoys journalism as a hobby. Her favorite subject at school is English, and she is looking forward to AP Language and Composition, because it involves two things she really enjoys: rhetoric and analysis. Mollygrace moved to Little Rock from North Carolina after fourth grade, and has attended Roberts Elementary School, the Anthony School, and...

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