Teachers Like the ‘Abbott Elementary’ Staff Need Our Support
The problem isn’t the students. It’s the unforgiving reality of the American education system.
Erin Crosby-Eckstine is a writer and teacher in Brooklyn. Her bylines have appeared in HelloGiggles and The Cut.
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