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Back-to-School Lessons From South Korea

The inside scoop from a teacher in a country that did everything right

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I teach literature and creative writing at an after-school program in South Korea. (Yes, in Korea, “after-school” means more school.) When Covid-19 hit, our school, along with public schools across the country, were shut down. I spent six weeks in my apartment fielding worried




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