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    Abelia
    I'm pretty sure my 9 year old didn't go from single-digit to high-double-digit percentiles in one year because of the teaching
    Michelle Rhee happened to be his teacher . . . .
    her second and third years of teaching, Rhee team taught a combined class of the same students with another teacher.[9] She told The New York Times that those students had national standardized test scores that were initially at the 13th percentile but at the end of two years, the class was at grade level, with some students performing at the 90th percentile.[5]
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    Now * that's * the type of teaching that needs to be awarded!!

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