focus on career options for teachers with graduate degrees. I want to have this one last activity in which the fact that I want to be a teacher will be celebrated. Again, it will take a lot of work to organize this, especially considering the fact that I am in my final year. Again, since this is not going to be provided for me, I will have to make it happen for myself. It will be worth it, though, because this would also serve as a means to pass the baton on to a younger group of students. With a little more effort, perhaps C4 will be able to go on even after I have left. In that way it will feel as if we have made a contribution to those who will come after us. There will be some continuity, and all this effort we have made will not be wasted.
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