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By Rachel Wilser
Your classroom looks awesome. Your lesson plans are on point. You’re perky and on time in the morning. You’re making adorable projects, and reading all the best books for read-alouds. But some kids still aren’t getting it. You’re teaching the content, but it’s not making it in for a handful of kids. What do you do?