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Reading Out Loud

I am a public school kid of a public school teacher. I remember learning to read from the back of a cereal box with my mom as I ate breakfast each morning.  Encouraged by after-school teachers and librarians, I thought I would just read every book, starting with the authors whose names ended in A … Continue Reading

Confidence Through Competition: High Schoolers Excel in Moot Court

The night before their moot court competition, the students of Francis Lewis High School were nervous. For nearly two months, twenty students practiced twice weekly, two hours at a time, in front of a rotating group of eight Proskauer attorney coaches. The students read numerous Supreme Court cases and incorporated those cases into an oral argument on … Continue Reading
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