Douglas Elementary School music teacher Susan Zelasky, upper left, asks questions of her 3rd grade music students during a session on the history of the recorder wind instrument on March 23, 2015 at the Raleigh school. Zelasky is among 109 teachers in the Wake County school system who renewed their National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification in 2016.
Douglas Elementary School music teacher Susan Zelasky, upper left, asks questions of her 3rd grade music students during a session on the history of the recorder wind instrument on March 23, 2015 at the Raleigh school. Zelasky is among 109 teachers in the Wake County school system who renewed their National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification in 2016. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
Douglas Elementary School music teacher Susan Zelasky, upper left, asks questions of her 3rd grade music students during a session on the history of the recorder wind instrument on March 23, 2015 at the Raleigh school. Zelasky is among 109 teachers in the Wake County school system who renewed their National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification in 2016. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo

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