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Note: Brené Brown used an extreme example of shaming in this interview. While most occurrences aren't so blatant, shame is still prevalent in classrooms, as it is in many areas of our lives. She explains shaming in the classroom further in this blog post and clarifies how she feels about teachers — she's one herself!

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