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Saw an interesting note, after yet another school shooting, that said teachers eating lunch with students to maintain connection are able to identify individuals who could use intervention. Seems reasonable — I knew a few profs at Uni who ate in the student cafeteria instead of the faculty cafeteria. They were more engaged with the student body — kids would sit and chat with them, and rarely was the conversation limited to current class content.

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