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Set in the 1990s at the same William Penn Academy formerly attended by "The Goldbergs," "Schooled" follows Head of School John Glascott as he leads a faculty of teachers with wildly different views on how to mentor students -- and his tough-as-nails sister, Lucy, who joined his staff to enroll her teenage daughters Felicia and Gigi as new students. 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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After initially trying to sabotage him, C.B. works with Barry and the JTP to help him win back Lainey's heart; Glascott faces removal as principal after a prank damages William Penn Academy.
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When CB finally gets the courage to tell Lainey that he has feelings for her, Barry derails his plans; Glascott discovers that he can't make all of the teachers like each other after his plan with the school's staff goes awry.
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Lainey and C.B. encourage a rebellious student radio club until a rogue DJ starts spreading rumors about them; Mellor takes umbrage when Glascott tries to change the school's mascot.
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As the new cheer coach, Lainey wants to bring the William Penn cheer team to competitions, but she runs into push-back from Mellor and the football team; C.B. and Glascott create a special kind of club.
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Lainey encourages Glascott to trust his niece and let her get her driver's license; CB and the student "Star Wars" club bring Mellor along to the premiere of "The Phantom Menace," but Mellor's thoughts on the movie cause the club to dissolve.
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Lainey and Erica attend their high school reunion; Mellor is distraught to learn his star athlete sees Glascott as more of a mentor than Mellor.
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After two students show up to school dressed in backward clothes, Lainey tries to get the kids to conform, while CB encourages them to embrace their uniqueness; Principal Glascott enlists the help of Mellor to lay down the law.
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When Lainey starts to teach the easy A course for jocks, coach Mellor challenges her to expect more from his athletes; after CB points out Felicia needs to beef up her resume for college, Glascott bribes his niece to run for class president.
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Lainey tries to show Mellor that arts are just as important as athletics; Glascott and CB struggle to modernize the school's outdated boy's health education program.
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Coach Mellor cracks down on cheating, which leads him to take on the failing mathletes for the upcoming Math Olympiad; Lainey helps C.B. deal with a challenging student.
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Lainey and Glascott encounter an overbearing parent and enlist the help of Beverly Goldberg; Mellor realizes he might want to be a father after C.B. shows him how to care for confiscated digital pets.
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Hoping to gain respect among her colleagues at school, Lainey comes up with a misguided plan to give an awkward and insecure student a full makeover; Principal Glascott and coach Mellor take friendly competition to a new level.
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Lainey returns to William Penn Academy, where she has a hard time adjusting to being an authority figure; Coach Mellor struggles with Michael Jordan's influence on modern-day basketball.

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