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Re: “Questions loom about group proposing Raleigh charter school

I’m one of the former Math teachers who is claimed to be barely speaking English and not understood by the students. When I first came to this Dream Country, I was planning to finish my education and went back to my country. Although I was not planning to stay, I had admired this wonderland. When I applied for this teaching position, I had no idea if there were not enough qualified Math teachers or there were too many qualified Math teachers who were unable to find a job. I did believe and I still do believe in my potential for teaching Math. That’s what I have been educated for since high school years. As a Math teacher, I was part of many success stories that were written in TMSA’s history. Having great EOG results and doing outstanding jobs in different math competitions such as Continental Mathematics League, The Math League, High School Geometry Contest, and MATHCOUNTS are some of the indicators that show high achievements in Math. I love to teach. I love this country. I will keep doing my best to serve this country as long as I’m here.

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Posted by Math Junkie on 01/25/2012 at 10:50 PM

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