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- Morning Brew – A daily newsletter with snippets of current events, business news, stock info, and trivia.
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About the blogger: Jacqueline Prester is a business educator and instructional technology specialist at Mansfield High School. She was the 2015 Massachusetts Business Teacher of the Year and has been nationally recognized for her contributions to education in entrepreneurship, financial literacy, technology, and STEM. Jacqueline serves as the Treasurer of the Board of Directors for MassCUE, the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the MBEA, a Discovery Education Program Champion, an NGPF Financial Literacy Fellow, and co-founded Edcamp Southeastern Massachusetts. She is currently working towards her National Board Certification in Career and Technology Education, specializing in Business, Marketing, and Financial Services. Connect with her on Twitter @mrsprester or at mrsprester.com.
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