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Miah Hardy of Richmond Community High School
November 18, 2014 · 0 Comments · Urban Views Weekly

Miah Hardy of Richmond Community High School

With two parents as teachers, finding homework to give to her teddy bears, or “students”, was always an easy task. Miah Hardy said she has had the “teaching bug” since she was six years old. “Both of my parents are actually teachers so it’s kind of a thing in our household to teach so they [...]

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