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If every classroom were like the fourth grade reading and literacy class at Elizabeth Shelton School, you would not hear much about the problematic state of education in America or young people’s lack of language skills.
This is home base for Amanda Wandishion and two groups of 48 fourth graders — 24 in the morning hours and another 24 in the afternoon. Wandishion was recently selected as Shelton’s innovative educator of the month. If you spend some time in one or both of the classes, you can easily learn why.