“I went from a typical educational background into public health, and what I realized on this side of it — and I’m going to be super vulnerable right now — is that I did every single thing wrong,” Michelle states in the clip. “I suspended kids for things that, frankly, they didn’t have any control over. I expected things of their families that they were never going to be able to attain.”
How does Michelle describe coming to terms with her past decisions? And what are her hopes for these “beautiful children”? Hear Michelle in the video — and do not miss her and the entire Northshore community this Tuesday on 16 and Recovering at 9/8c.
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