We don’t have a monopoly in South Florida when it comes to academic lessons on symbolism that involve stomping.
Four months before a Florida Atlantic University professor’s lesson on intercultural communications included an invitation for students to write the name “Jesus” on a piece of paper and then step on it, an honors English teacher in a South Carolina high school was teaching his own lesson on the power of symbolism by taking down the U.S. flag on display in his classroom and stepping on it.
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