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52
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A research study conducted by Dr. Gracie M. Davis describes the initiation, settlement, and outcomes of fifteen teacher grievance cases settled in North Carolina from 1987 to 1989.
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North Carolina Education (NoCar L 11 N86x), Vol. 22 Issue 2, Winter 1992, p22-23, por
Record #:
25385
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Karen Singer, a science teacher at Central Farmville High School, explains what drew her to teaching. There are many reasons recent graduates don’t choose to teach at rural schools, but for Karen, those reasons were an attraction.
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35328
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For educator Jacob Brooks, defining the year as nerve-wracking was easy, as easy as it was defining the last twelve months as “quite a year.” The challenge was in deciding which of the two events discussed—one personal, the other professional—was more so.
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35863
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Wiseman attended school in a one room schoolhouse with a new teacher nearly every year when he was a boy. When he was not at school or helping out on the farm, he spent his time hunting, fishing, swimming, and participating in various community events.
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38202
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Among the life lessons the new Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools superintendent shared straddled the boundary between personal and professional. Examples of life lessons that impacted him professional and personally: people who inspired him to go into teaching; teaching philosophies such as the importance of building a rapport with students; what it is about teaching that inspires him to still be passionate about the profession.