To Be a Teacher: An Autobiography <br>Of <br>Russell J. Armstead

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A teacher is not merely trained, but developed through experiences and mentored by caring friends. This book portrays the growth and development on one such teacher taking him from the life of a small Michigan town to the politics of teacher unions and big city school districts. Family, friends, and church affect the author's life and success in the classroom.

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About the author (2006)

The author has nearly 40 years experience in public school classrooms and holds a M.A. degree in Educational Leadership from Michigan State University. Using short stories, the author illustrates the transition from the small town boy to the hustle and bustle of San Diego, California. Now retired, the author thanks his wife and children for their patience and love.

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