Jennifer Lockwood helps Amelia Sisson pick out a book to read during her third-grade readers workshop class at Thrasher Elementary School. Recent test scores show that Hamilton County is improving in math but still struggling in reading. Thrasher is an exception to this trend as it was one of three schools in Tennessee to be recognized for literacy growth and overall achievement.
Jennifer Lockwood helps Amelia Sisson pick out a book to read during her third-grade readers workshop class at Thrasher Elementary School. Recent test scores show that Hamilton County is improving in math but still struggling in reading. Thrasher is an exception to this trend as it was one of three schools in Tennessee to be recognized for literacy growth and overall achievement.
Photo by Dan Henry .
published Monday, September 9th, 2013
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