Classroom Redesign Improves Reading

July 30, 2018

Classroom Redesign Improves Reading

Julie Marshall has taught a lot of students. More than 3,400 students have passed through her classrooms in her more than 30 years of teaching. She thought she had seen it all. Until this past year.

“I have worked hard to engage students for more than three decades. It wasn’t until this year, that I saw the change I’ve been hoping for,” said Marshall of Saluda Trail Middle School in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The big difference is the classroom itself.

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