Teacher Chandy Thai-Tang leads her third-graders in a discussion at Robertson Road Elementary in Modesto, Ca., on Aug. 8, 2013, the day state test scores were announced showing the school, one of the lowest performers in the state two years before, had the strongest growth in the Modesto City Schools district following a shift to a longer school day.
Teacher Chandy Thai-Tang leads her third-graders in a discussion at Robertson Road Elementary in Modesto, Ca., on Aug. 8, 2013, the day state test scores were announced showing the school, one of the lowest performers in the state two years before, had the strongest growth in the Modesto City Schools district following a shift to a longer school day. Nan Austin The Modesto Bee
Teacher Chandy Thai-Tang leads her third-graders in a discussion at Robertson Road Elementary in Modesto, Ca., on Aug. 8, 2013, the day state test scores were announced showing the school, one of the lowest performers in the state two years before, had the strongest growth in the Modesto City Schools district following a shift to a longer school day. Nan Austin The Modesto Bee
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April 22, 2015 8:25 PM