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A professor and a book changed her life during her first year at Lafayette, says Amanda Alpert ’99. Joshua Miller, professor of government and law, incorporated Jonathon Kozol’s Savage Inequalities, about the state of education in the United States, in his introductory course on political theory. “With Professor Miller’s support and guidance, I have pursued a career in education policy,” says Alpert, who works for the chief executive office of Chicago Public Schools. All along the way he has provided me with wisdom and insight. Five years have passed since graduation, and I am still in touch with him.”

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