Hawaii Teacher: Rooting For The Team

·By Susan Kay Anderson

Basketball success at a poor school can turn poor expectations upside down.

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Susan Kay Anderson

Susan Kay Anderson has worked as an archeologist, barista, book store clerk, farm hand, and septic tank service company as a receptionist, among other endeavors. Her writing can be found in: Eleventh Muse, Rain Bird, Square One, Timothy McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and on Tom Clark’s website (comments). She blogs at Hawaii Teacher Detective.
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