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Mon March 31, 2014
'You Go Hard Now, And Then It'll Pay Off Eventually. You Really Helped Teach Me That'
WUNC is in the midst of a yearlong examination of what it's like to be an educator, called the North Carolina Teacher Project. This week, we're returning to the My Teacher series, exploring what it takes to make a connection in the classroom by asking students to interview their teachers.
WUNC's My Teacher series continues at Carrboro High School, where senior Chris Joseph spoke with his assistant football coach and social studies teacher Christoph Stutts.
When Chris saw Coach Stutts, he usually had pads on, but after a few years, Mr. Stutts saw a familiar face come into his interpretive government class at the beginning of the year. Chris asked Mr. Stutts about what it was like to be his coach and teacher.
Chris' conversation with Christoph Stutts is part of WUNC's My Teacher series. It's also a part of American Graduate-Let’s Make it Happen!- a public media initiative to address the drop out crisis, supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
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