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Do teaching assistants teach lessons at some schools?
I meant to ask this on CC, but when we were at Oberlin, someone mentioned that because the school is almost exclusively undergrad, there are never teaching assistants teaching lessons. I hadn't even considered that having a grad student teach a music lesson is a thing (I know grad students teach in academic classes; I used to teach when I was a grad student). Is this a thing? Or is the school using the absence of grad students as a positive marketing point?12 replies