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Byers: Aren’t we past beating our kids?
Byers: Aren’t we past beating our kids?

My 1970s-era middle school had an open floor plan. The classrooms had no walls. You could hear the other teachers lecturing.

I got used to it, I guess. But there was another sound that carried very well among these “pods” of...

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