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Exploring the WHS achievement gap

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Exploring the WHS achievement gap

WHS is one of many schools nationwide trying to close the achievement gap. “My opinion is that we’re relying too much on teachers doing the work instead of saying, as an institution, ‘What should we be doing?’ Principal John Ritchie said.

WHS is one of many schools nationwide trying to close the achievement gap. “My opinion is that we’re relying too much on teachers doing the work instead of saying, as an institution, ‘What should we be doing?’ Principal John Ritchie said.

WHS is one of many schools nationwide trying to close the achievement gap. “My opinion is that we’re relying too much on teachers doing the work instead of saying, as an institution, ‘What should we be doing?’ Principal John Ritchie said.

WHS is one of many schools nationwide trying to close the achievement gap. “My opinion is that we’re relying too much on teachers doing the work instead of saying, as an institution, ‘What should we be doing?’ Principal John Ritchie said.

Whitney Halperin

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