M2A1_TeacherBias - .Iam ,athletic,wellspoken,.Iampoliteand...

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I am a relatively privileged person and therefore mostly am trusted by peers and teachers alike. I am  a conventionally attractive, athletic, well-spoken, standard-English-speaking white girl. I am polite and I also work hard, so in the majority of cases during my education, I haven't felt I was the victim of bias  on behalf of my teachers.  When I was the victim of bias, for the most part I have been able to brush it off and not take it personally.  However, there is one incident of being discriminated against in my  academic history that really stands out to me, as much for being confusing as it was unfair. My high school had a number of experimental class format including a senior level class that 
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  • Fall '15
  • relatively privileged person, strong arts student, experimental class format, senior level class

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