With mentor, first-year teacher sees enormous student gains

09/10/2007 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Despite starting with her class six weeks into the year, first-year teacher Rachael Pringle saw her fifth-grade students make enormous testing gains. More than 90% were at least proficient in math and 60% were at least proficient in reading. As fourth graders, the students scored 30 percentage points less in math and 20 points less in reading.

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