Pray-Woodman fourth-grade teacher Crystal May works with her students as Angela Knapp, far right, K-5 math intervention teacher, watches. The two Maize teachers are the recipients of a $10,000 grant to create a teacher-led coaching model that will allow teachers to collaborate with certified math trainers and master teachers. (Dec. 7, 2016)
Pray-Woodman fourth-grade teacher Crystal May works with her students as Angela Knapp, far right, K-5 math intervention teacher, watches. The two Maize teachers are the recipients of a $10,000 grant to create a teacher-led coaching model that will allow teachers to collaborate with certified math trainers and master teachers. (Dec. 7, 2016) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
Pray-Woodman fourth-grade teacher Crystal May works with her students as Angela Knapp, far right, K-5 math intervention teacher, watches. The two Maize teachers are the recipients of a $10,000 grant to create a teacher-led coaching model that will allow teachers to collaborate with certified math trainers and master teachers. (Dec. 7, 2016) Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle

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