Mathews: Teaching IB is a painful, but invaluable, road to professional growth

Washington Post education columnist Jay Mathews examines the experiences of Mount Vernon High School science teacher Dan Coast as he perseveres through the crucible of International Baccalaureate training and teaching. When his first two classes received below-average scores on the biology examination, the demoralized educator felt the grades reflected on his teaching abilities.

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