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  • California (South)
  • More than a third of students from low‑income households

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"Ten, nine, eight, seven,...three, two, one!" shouted a class of twenty eager fourth graders. "Yes, that was awesome!" screams a child close to the action. We had just created air bubbles inside some soap, so that it could be less dense than water and float. Of course, we used the microwave to "blow-up" the soap. It was awesome to watch that lesson and see the excitement inspire my students and give them a clear understanding of density. I am happy to say that teachers create this kind of excitement everyday on our campus. I teach fourth graders science and language arts at a charter school in California. Our mission is to blend students from all backgrounds and give them the tools that they need to be inquiring, productive, and caring members of society. We are in our fourth year of operation and have added three new classrooms to our cozy site this fall.

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"Ten, nine, eight, seven,...three, two, one!" shouted a class of twenty eager fourth graders. "Yes, that was awesome!" screams a child close to the action. We had just created air bubbles inside some soap, so that it could be less dense than water and float. Of course, we used the microwave to "blow-up" the soap. It was awesome to watch that lesson and see the excitement inspire my students and give them a clear understanding of density. I am happy to say that teachers create this kind of excitement everyday on our campus. I teach fourth graders science and language arts at a charter school in California. Our mission is to blend students from all backgrounds and give them the tools that they need to be inquiring, productive, and caring members of society. We are in our fourth year of operation and have added three new classrooms to our cozy site this fall.

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