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Set in the 1990s at the same William Penn Academy formerly attended by "The Goldbergs," "Schooled" follows Principal John Glascott as he leads a faculty of teachers with wildly different views on how to mentor students -- including graduate Lainey Lewis, coach Mellor and enthusiastic super-teacher Charlie Brown, or CB for short. Glascott's nurturing and communicative approach to caring for children is particularly at odds with coach Mellor's tough-guy belief that physical competition brings out the best in students.

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Lainey has a difficult choice regarding her relationship with Barry and her friendship with CB; Coach Mellor and Julie are put in a tough parenting position when Toby is invited to prom as a freshman by a senior.
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CB is smitten with environmental consultant Paloma, who was hired to oversee William Penn's Earth Day activities; Wilma gets a surprise after convincing Lainey that yearbook superlatives are not important.
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Coach Mellor deals with jealousy issues after learning Julie is friends with a handsome doctor; Glascott appoints CB to be substitute principal after his surgery, but he needs Lainey to solve a problem that he can't.
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With some encouragement from Coach Mellor, Lainey reunites with her mother; inspired by the film "Good Will Hunting," Wilma adds a new, unorthodox addition to the robotics club.
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Cool parent Greg distracts CB from being a good teacher to help his son Weasel receive extra credit; Principal Glascott approves the use of former Principal Ball's parking spot as a community garden.

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