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How One School Changed Culture From Within So Students Could Succeed

KQED News Mind/Shift – Katrina Schwartz

“Like many parents, Nicole Hambric’s two kids are very different from one another. Her older daughter is a straight A student who did well in traditional public school, but her younger daughter, Jada, never really liked school. She would do just enough to get by, but often struggled to understand lessons the first time and felt rushed by the pace of her classes. Hambric was surprised to learn in May of Jada’s fourth grade year that she might not be promoted to the next grade. She spent thousands of dollars on tutoring to help boost Jada’s academics quickly, but she was angry the school hadn’t communicated with her about Jada’s struggles earlier.”(more)

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