The mantra for this school year in the Wichita district is “rigor.” Heights teacher Shari Hatfield, left, shows Advanced Placement chemistry student Cheyenne Goodman some issues with an experiment as students work through a project.
The mantra for this school year in the Wichita district is “rigor.” Heights teacher Shari Hatfield, left, shows Advanced Placement chemistry student Cheyenne Goodman some issues with an experiment as students work through a project. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
The mantra for this school year in the Wichita district is “rigor.” Heights teacher Shari Hatfield, left, shows Advanced Placement chemistry student Cheyenne Goodman some issues with an experiment as students work through a project. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

New mantra for Wichita schools – but what does it mean?

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