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Simple tweaks could offer a chance for stronger, more diverse teachers

from The Brookings Institution (commentary)

Hannah Putman, a contributor for The Brookings Institution, writes: "When I think back to my days in elementary school, I still remember reading 'How to Eat Fried Worms' in second grade, dissecting a cow's eye in third grade, and mastering long division in fifth. These lessons do not just make elementary school interesting (OK, I never found long division interesting), they set my classmates and me up for success. Because of these early lessons, we were better able to tackle more sophisticated novels, understand the functioning of other organs, and grasp higher-level mathematics." more


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