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Good plan
Old 12-31-2007, 05:36 AM
 
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I like this plan. A few years ago we did something similar but our funding was cut and we lost all of our assistants. We also lost an excellent Title I teacher who was placed in a classroom to switch out with a classroom teacher not performing well. There are extenuating circumstances for keeping the teacher but now she is in Title I. The struggling students are not getting what they need and it shows in our scores. We are doing what we can... So I do what I can do with the students I work with; hopefully, we will be able to turn around this plan. I'd love to be able to do what you are doing once again!
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