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Theresa Taylor received respectable grades in high school, was awarded a scholarship for college, and enrolled right away. Although her career goals and aspirations were undecided at the time, it had always been her plan to obtain a college degree. Her father had been successful, but did not graduate from
Vickie Witt is a teacher at Windy Gap Elementary School in Franklin County, Virginia, where she also has library duties. She has a master’s degree in reading and loves sharing a love of books with kids. In 2015, “love of books” includes e-books, and reading electronically is going to be
If you’ve ever sat through a grade-school math class, the image of a teacher standing at the blackboard and covering it with numbers and numbers and more numbers is a familiar image. And probably one that doesn’t fill you with excitement. Jonathen Willinger, who teaches fourth- through sixth-grade math and
Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning to dance in the rain. That quote guides Traci Vicente, a special education teacher for the last 28 years, in her passion for helping kids with special needs learn, grow, and thrive. “I love the challenge and excitement
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