Will 4th-grade class complete homework for 100 nights in a row?

09/26/2013 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

Kansas co-teachers Brianna Falvey and Natalie May have raised expectations for their mostly low-income fourth-grade students by making it a collective class goal to turn in nightly homework assignments for 100 consecutive days. Students each receive one reading and one math assignment per night and are given their teachers' cellphone numbers to call if they have questions.

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