R is for Ten in Romania

At the end of my second semester teaching English at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, I discovered the class I thought was small in fact had ten more students than I had ever seen in class. How was I supposed to grade students I had never seen?

For more about how I handled assigning grades to students who had never attended class, see this post from an earlier blog platform.

This post is one in a series of short posts including the number 10 in the first sentence, a requirement of the San Diego Writers and Editors Guild anthology submission in 2021.

Photo of Palace of Culture, Iași, Romania by Tudor Baciu on Unsplash

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