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  • Wake County changes how language arts is taught

    Holly Rupert, a sixth-grade teacher at East Wake Middle School, explains how new material being used in Wake County language arts classes is pushing students to a higher level.

Wake County changes how language arts is taught

Holly Rupert, a sixth-grade teacher at East Wake Middle School, explains how new material being used in Wake County language arts classes is pushing students to a higher level.
T. Keung Hui khui@newsobserver.com