Tough Lessons For Teachers Of Color

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Teachers of color leave the profession 24 percent more often than white teachers, according to a study from the University of Pennsylvania. Amanda Machado wrote about why she quit teaching in a recent article for The Atlantic. Host Michel Martin speaks with her about that decision, and the challenges that teachers of color face.

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