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The Learning Network: Student Question | Have You Ever Been Humiliated by a Teacher? How Did it Affect You?
What is your reaction to this video? Do you think this little girl was humiliated? Have you ever been in the same position? How did it affect you?
What examples did you see of egregious double standards? What more subtle forms of discrimination did you learn about?
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