Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Teachers, leadership credited with school improvements

Marie Simmons passes out a test to students in her ninth-grade English class at Independence High School on Friday. YALONDA M. JAMES -

Hard work by teachers and quality leadership are being credited for the dramatic turnaround of a North Carolina high school. Teachers say they are working together more to share best practices, and math scores soared after a group of teachers suggested that students take Algebra II courses before geometry. The Charlotte Observer (N.C.)

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