The Edu-Sage's Companion

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Hello Readers:

My name is Awo Okaikor Aryee-Price and I am a mother, partner, teacher, organizer, and education advocate.  I’ve been teaching since 2002 where I began my first formal teaching job at a high school in Jersey City, New Jersey.  I stayed there for a little over ten years but moved on to another district where I teach seventh grade language arts.  As a wife and mother of two I find that I am often spread pretty thin because of my passions and quench for educational equality and equity for all.  However, I am working to find a healthy medium.

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