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Marion Lee Loy

Marion Lee Loy

“You know, as I said, there were some teachers that said that when they close their door in the afternoon, that was it. They said they weren't going to take their work home with them because they feel that their after hours should be for their family and so on. But I said, ‘You know, that's not real teaching. Real teaching will be you have to follow through on what each person has turned in to you. And at least they have made an effort.’ ” —Marion Lee Loy

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