Presidential candidates are campaigning in full force in New Hampshire; and Kathy Nimmer says that connecting with students "at the heart level" is far more important than being able to see when it comes to being a great teacher.
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Published: 2021-04-08 12:38 am
9/7: Campaigns in full swing in New Hampshire; Blind teacher nominated for National Teacher of the Year.
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