“When I go in her class, then she has all this energy ready to teach and she actually gets into the books you read and sometimes she’ll act stuff out. It really helps. I don’t know about everybody else, but it really helps me get into it, get interested and know what we’re talking about and discussing and learning about.” — Focus Group Report
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