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Opinion: Pushing the boundaries of repetitiveness to new levels

Barth Keck

Barth Keck

Barth Keck is an English teacher and assistant football coach who also teaches courses in journalism and media literacy at Haddam-Killingworth High School. Email Barth here

Public education is making news with the recent announcement that the SBAC test for 11th graders in Connecticut has been scrapped and yet another study showing high schools should start later.

But lately, I’m thinking about music — popular music, to be specific. It seems a certain family member has recently discovered pop music, and I can’t help but hear it on a daily basis now.

I grew up with popular music, listening to my favorite DJs “Cousin Brucie” Morrow and Dan Ingram “spin the tunes” on Musicradio 77, WABC-AM, during my formative years in northern Jersey. I remember taking my portable radio into the bathroom so I could listen to “my songs” while showering. I couldn’t get enough.

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