In this June 25, 2013 photograph released by the Teach for America Delta Institute, TFA corps member MaryMac Thielman enters her students' daily exit ticket percentages onto the data tracking wall at O.M. McNair Upper Elementary School school in Belzoni, Miss. Grades 3-12 are being taught at the site. Thielman is teaching high school U.S. History this summer. This fall, about 200 members of the program will step to the front of a Mississippi classroom for the first time as a teacher. Another 200 or so will start the second-year of their two year commitment to the state’s students.
In this June 25, 2013 photograph released by the Teach for America Delta Institute, TFA corps member MaryMac Thielman enters her students' daily exit ticket percentages onto the data tracking wall at O.M. McNair Upper Elementary School school in Belzoni, Miss. Grades 3-12 are being taught at the site. Thielman is teaching high school U.S. History this summer. This fall, about 200 members of the program will step to the front of a Mississippi classroom for the first time as a teacher. Another 200 or so will start the second-year of their two year commitment to the state’s students. Julia Sweeney Teach for America Delta Institute via AP
In this June 25, 2013 photograph released by the Teach for America Delta Institute, TFA corps member MaryMac Thielman enters her students' daily exit ticket percentages onto the data tracking wall at O.M. McNair Upper Elementary School school in Belzoni, Miss. Grades 3-12 are being taught at the site. Thielman is teaching high school U.S. History this summer. This fall, about 200 members of the program will step to the front of a Mississippi classroom for the first time as a teacher. Another 200 or so will start the second-year of their two year commitment to the state’s students. Julia Sweeney Teach for America Delta Institute via AP

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