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  • Nettleton STEAM School
  • Jonesboro, AR
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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I teach sophomore students at a high school in Arkansas that serves approximately 1,000 students. More than half of my students come from low-income households, and although we live in a city of less than 100,000, my students read novels that take them all over the world. It is integral that my students see a variety of views and representation in the novels they read to receive a broader world view and understand a variety of perspectives. The joy that I see from students when they read about characters who look like them or are in similar circumstances in life is one of the reasons I became an ELA educator. If a child does not enjoy reading, they simply have not found the right book.

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I teach sophomore students at a high school in Arkansas that serves approximately 1,000 students. More than half of my students come from low-income households, and although we live in a city of less than 100,000, my students read novels that take them all over the world. It is integral that my students see a variety of views and representation in the novels they read to receive a broader world view and understand a variety of perspectives. The joy that I see from students when they read about characters who look like them or are in similar circumstances in life is one of the reasons I became an ELA educator. If a child does not enjoy reading, they simply have not found the right book.

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