Colorado Springs Teacher’s Experiment Aims to Reach Every Student in Class

April 2, 2018

By Jenny Brundin, The Denver Post  |  April 1, 2018
The Denver Post

Sometimes it’s tough for one group of kids to get going in a fifth-grade class at Colorado Springs’ Trailblazer Elementary.

“When I get off track it’s sometimes because it’s loud in the room and I need a quiet space and another reason why is I just don’t know what to do,” one of them said.

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