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...I've taught Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, and AP Calculus AB. Prior to that, I was an Amgen Fellow and a corps member of Teach for America for two years, which is how I got into teaching in the first place. Before that, I double-majored in physics and economics at Duke University, where I was an official course tutor for Electricity and Magnetism.

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