After graduating from the College of William and Mary, Gregory Arthur worked for the public school system of his small Massachusetts town until 2006 when he packed up and moved to Los Angeles. He has written for The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS and Popzilla on MTV all while keeping his day job at a local private school.
Wasted Education: Humorous Tales of Substitute Teaching in One’s Hometownby Gregory Arthur
We've all had substitute teachers, now find out what it was like to be one. "Wasted Education: Humorous
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With nearly 10 years of experience in education, humorist Gregory Arthur, former teacher and sometime television comedy writer, presents his first collection of humorous essays that chronicle his year as a post collegiate slacker and substitute teacher.
We've all had substitute teachers, now find out what it was like to be one. "Wasted Education: Humorous Tales of Substitute Teaching in One's Hometown" tells the laugh out loud funny stories of that year in a voice that's all at once irreverent, nostalgic, and just plain fun.
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