Lincoln Heights Elementary has seen its demographics and test scores change since the magnet program was eliminated. But a new focus on STEM education and a new building may help the school change course. Here, students read in Megan Jackson’s fourth grade classroom.
Lincoln Heights Elementary has seen its demographics and test scores change since the magnet program was eliminated. But a new focus on STEM education and a new building may help the school change course. Here, students read in Megan Jackson’s fourth grade classroom. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
Lincoln Heights Elementary has seen its demographics and test scores change since the magnet program was eliminated. But a new focus on STEM education and a new building may help the school change course. Here, students read in Megan Jackson’s fourth grade classroom. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

Lincoln Heights Elementary in midst of transition

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