Lessons from the classroom

  • Article by: LYNDA MCDONNELL
  • Updated: June 10, 2009 - 6:07 AM

Since January, I have spent two hours a week at a charter high school in Minneapolis, helping students learn the basics of journalism and produce a school newspaper. I was student as well as teacher, learning from companions who are two generations younger. Here are some of the lessons I learned. 1. Labels don't describe what's in the package.

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