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Mrs. Malone

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  • Baldwin Park High School
  • Baldwin Park, CA
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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My students are mostly from lower-middle to lower-class families. Some students in my honors class cannot afford to purchase supplementary novels for the class, so I try to get other teachers to chip in. A lot of the students having difficult home-lives (one parent, living with aunt, etc.) which makes learning even harder. The majority of the students in the 2,400-student school are Hispanic (90%). Most of my students want to succeed, but don't always have the support from home they need, so I am that support system. It's difficult to motivate students who constantly struggle.

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My students are mostly from lower-middle to lower-class families. Some students in my honors class cannot afford to purchase supplementary novels for the class, so I try to get other teachers to chip in. A lot of the students having difficult home-lives (one parent, living with aunt, etc.) which makes learning even harder. The majority of the students in the 2,400-student school are Hispanic (90%). Most of my students want to succeed, but don't always have the support from home they need, so I am that support system. It's difficult to motivate students who constantly struggle.

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