Andrea Toole, a fifth-grade teacher at Blanchard Elementary School, speaks during the Muscogee County School Board’s meeting Nov. 27, 2017, as one of the nine MCSD teachers the Muscogee Educational Excellence Foundation sent to Harvard University this summer for the professional development program called Project Zero.
Andrea Toole, a fifth-grade teacher at Blanchard Elementary School, speaks during the Muscogee County School Board’s meeting Nov. 27, 2017, as one of the nine MCSD teachers the Muscogee Educational Excellence Foundation sent to Harvard University this summer for the professional development program called Project Zero. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Andrea Toole, a fifth-grade teacher at Blanchard Elementary School, speaks during the Muscogee County School Board’s meeting Nov. 27, 2017, as one of the nine MCSD teachers the Muscogee Educational Excellence Foundation sent to Harvard University this summer for the professional development program called Project Zero. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

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