Letters to the Editor

August 4, 2013 12:01 AM

Give teachers incentives to take on at-risk kids

Reading the recent story about a proposal to place master teachers in classrooms of at-risk children strikes me as a short-sighted remedy. Surely, those students who have fallen behind in their grade level skills are on a course toward dropping out.

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