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I have 23 students in my classroom, 12 fifth graders and 11 fourth. Many of my students are from a low-income neighborhood within our district boundary and speak a language other than English at home, despite the fact that I teach in a majority affluent community. Students from more affluent parents come into my room as readers and writers, and are further along the learning continuum than their more transient, low-income peers. There is a significant achievement gap at both grade levels between the haves and the have-nots.

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I have 23 students in my classroom, 12 fifth graders and 11 fourth. Many of my students are from a low-income neighborhood within our district boundary and speak a language other than English at home, despite the fact that I teach in a majority affluent community. Students from more affluent parents come into my room as readers and writers, and are further along the learning continuum than their more transient, low-income peers. There is a significant achievement gap at both grade levels between the haves and the have-nots.

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