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Civic Mirror Advice from Grade 12 Economics Students in New York City ~ Part 3 of 3

Savas is the last Grade 12 economics student from the Urban Assembly School of Design and Construction we’ll be showcasing this week. In the video reflection below Savas shares some of the lessons he learned about life and the real-world by participating in The Civic Mirror.


“I think that was the one thing that changed me the most: How to be active and how to play a good role in society.”

“Civic Mirror is a test for life in real society”

“Just like in life … every law is going to help somebody and hurt somebody else.”

A special thanks to Mr. Matt Anderson, the 2008/09 Civic Mirror Instructor at UASDC!

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