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Options for Students Off-Pace at Lindsay

Brandy Quintero,a Lindsay teacher, discusses ways she can intervene to get a student back on pace.

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Transcript: Brandy Quintero: If it is a lazy issue, then we have after school. We contact parents; we let them know. And like one teacher – two English teachers stay Monday through Wednesday, so then I let them – I offer Thursday, and they can come in after time. We also have personalized learning time. We are still working on that as a school what schedule works best for us.

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