Edward Koren was born in New York City and attended Columbia College. He has contributed more than one thousand cartoons to The New Yorker and many other publications, and he has published a book for children and six collections of cartoons. Koren's work has been exhibited internationally and remains in the permanent collections of the Fogg Art Museum and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and in the Swann Collection of Caricature and Cartoon in the Library of Congress. He lives in Vermont with his family.
Published March 4, 2002
School basketball game has two score boards. One is for the game score, and one for test scores.
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