Mentor Shirley Dickerson, left, came up quietly to advise second-year fourth-grade teacher Kacey James, 26, right, that one of James’ students in math class at Holt Elementary School needed some papers during class.
Mentor Shirley Dickerson, left, came up quietly to advise second-year fourth-grade teacher Kacey James, 26, right, that one of James’ students in math class at Holt Elementary School needed some papers during class. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Mentor Shirley Dickerson, left, came up quietly to advise second-year fourth-grade teacher Kacey James, 26, right, that one of James’ students in math class at Holt Elementary School needed some papers during class. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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