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# I don't know why this isn't working {python}

question: Wow, I just can't stump you! OK, two more to go. I think this one's my favorite, though. Create a function named most_courses that takes our good ol' teacher dictionary. most_courses should return the name of the teacher with the most courses. You might need to hold onto some sort of max count variable.

Can someone help me?

teachers.py
```# The dictionary will look something like:
# {'Andrew Chalkley': ['jQuery Basics', 'Node.js Basics'],
#  'Kenneth Love': ['Python Basics', 'Python Collections']}
#
# Each key will be a Teacher and the value will be a list of courses.
#
# Your code goes below here.

def num_teachers(strs):
count = 0
for teacher in strs.keys():
count += 1
return count
def num_courses(strs):
count = 0
for value in strs.values():
for item in value:
count += 1
return count

def courses(strs):
lista = []
for value in strs.values():
for item in value:
lista.append(item)
return lista
def most_courses(strs):
dicta = dict()
lista = []
for item in strs.items():
count = 0
x, y = item
for course in y:
count +=1
dicta[count] = x
for key in dicta.keys():
lista.append(key)
KEY = max(lista)
teacher = strs[KEY]
return teacher
```

```    teacher = strs[KEY]   # instead of using the original dictionary...