Brian Crosby

English and Journalism teacher

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Twenty-three-year veteran of teaching English and Journalism at Hoover High School in Glendale and author of Smart Kids, Bad Schools and The $100,000 Teacher

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As summer vacation wanes, I begin printing out blank calendar pages, August through June—one set for my sophomore English honors classes, another set for my print and broadcast…

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As summer vacation wanes, I begin printing out blank calendar pages, August through June—one set for my sophomore English honors classes, another set for my print and broadcast…

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