Teacher Melissa Larkin fields questions from her fifth-grade class at Yates Mill Elementary School on Wednesday in Raleigh. With 59.5 percent of students passing state exams, Yates Mill has the highest proficiency rate of any high-poverty school in Wake.
Teacher Melissa Larkin fields questions from her fifth-grade class at Yates Mill Elementary School on Wednesday in Raleigh. With 59.5 percent of students passing state exams, Yates Mill has the highest proficiency rate of any high-poverty school in Wake. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Teacher Melissa Larkin fields questions from her fifth-grade class at Yates Mill Elementary School on Wednesday in Raleigh. With 59.5 percent of students passing state exams, Yates Mill has the highest proficiency rate of any high-poverty school in Wake. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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