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Robert John Meehan

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Biography of Robert John Meehan

Robert John Meehan's insight into the heart and souls of both teacher and student earned him recognition as 'The Voice Of the American Teacher'. Selections from The Teacher's Journey/The Road Less Traveled have appeared in numerous magazines and educational journals. Robert John Meehan is now one of the nation's most read public school allies. Much has been said about the difficulties involved teaching in the inner-city schools, but little has been done to share the emotions of both teacher and student as Robert John Meehan has. He has done much in the area of encouraging others to share their feelings about what can and should be done in today's classrooms. His career expanded over four decades of teaching in the urban classroom. Robert John Meehan's gift of bringing the focus of the American public to a deeper understanding of both the rigors and compassion found in today's classroom is unmatched among others in his profession.
Robert John Meehan's The Teacher's Journey/The Road Less Traveled is available at most major bookstores or online book sellers. It has earned him much acclaim and popularity among educators and parents alike.

Robert John Meehan's Works:

Teacher's Journey/The Road Less Traveled
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A Simple Matter

My pencil is on the floor
Just what am I to do
I'll not get it with my feet
As the other children do

The test has already started
I'm in danger of falling behind
If only a fellow student
Would return it in ample time

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