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It also is evident that those who might prefer a blackboard have a long way to go. The days of a camera aimed at an overhead projector slide are more than just old school, and the idea that we’ll be able to capture and hold the attention of the TikTok generation with a barebones Zoom call isn’t going to get it.

At Harvard University, David Malan teaches CS50, an introductory computer science class, and one of the school’s most popular courses. The professor has said it might be “a better educational experience to watch CS50’s lectures online than attend them in person.”

Writing about Malan and his work for The New Yorker, Eren Orbey characterized this year’s transition to online learning as a struggle for many professors.

In March, he wrote, “no more than five hundred Harvard instructors had virtual teaching experience.” But in a matter of days, the number

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Warren Board Of Education Profile: David Brezee

WARREN, NJ — Warren Township School Board has five candidates vying for three seats in the upcoming election on Nov. 3.

a man wearing glasses posing for the camera: David Brezee shares why he is running for election on the Warren Township School Board in 2020.

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David Brezee shares why he is running for election on the Warren Township School Board in 2020.

David Brezee is one of the candidates running. The other candidates include Christian Bellmann, Eric D. Winch, Todd Weinstein, and Laura Keller.


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Lori Ruckstuhl-Clar is also running for one, one-year unexpired seat.

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David Brezee

1. Why are running for Board of Education?

It has been my honor to serve the community of Warren as a member of the Warren Township Board of Education since December of 2016. As the father of 4 current students in our district,

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