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Teacher Reminds Us of Simple Life Lessons

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Wright's Law

A Unique Teacher Imparts Real Life Lessons

This video shows you the real meaning of everything happens for a reason. This man is an amazing father and teacher.

Jeffrey Wright is a teacher's teacher. He utilizes interesting experiments to keep his students' attention in his physics and science classes. He teaches them about the universe and the ways of the world. He never expect his personal story to teach them their biggest lesson and the meaning of love. 

Credits

The New York Times

Resources

Joubert Syndrome

Joubert Syndrome & Related Disorders Foundation​

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Rachel Boyer

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Former staff writer and photographer. Rachel graduated from Nation Ford High School. She runs her own freelance photography business.