If you’re in Raleigh and have some time to spare, why not come to lunch with Joanne Jacobs at the John Locke Foundation downtown? You still have almost two-and-a-half hours to make your arrangements and get to 200 W. Morgan Street. She will be talking about her book, Our School: The Inspiring Story of Two Teachers, One Big Idea, and the School That Beat the Odds. I’ll be there (and skipping four classes to do it).
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