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  • PS 126 Jacob August Riis
  • New York, NY
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households

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I teach 240 seventh and eighth graders in a public school in New York City. It is a diverse group of youngsters, both ethically and social-economically. I have students coming from the neighboring housing projects and homeless shelter. About 15% of my students receives special education services. While most of them are classified as learning disabled, three of them are hearing impaired, one other has a vision problem, and a handful have speech and language impediments. One third of my students come from immigrant families and a few has interrupted formal education because of constant relocation. Only 10% of the English language learners still requires services. As you can imagine, there is quite a range in their learning styles and performance levels.

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I teach 240 seventh and eighth graders in a public school in New York City. It is a diverse group of youngsters, both ethically and social-economically. I have students coming from the neighboring housing projects and homeless shelter. About 15% of my students receives special education services. While most of them are classified as learning disabled, three of them are hearing impaired, one other has a vision problem, and a handful have speech and language impediments. One third of my students come from immigrant families and a few has interrupted formal education because of constant relocation. Only 10% of the English language learners still requires services. As you can imagine, there is quite a range in their learning styles and performance levels.

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