This file photo from 2009 shows Jenny Bajorek, a 5th grade teacher at Northwoods Elementary, talking to one of her students, Sumera Ingram, left. Bajorek became a teacher through the N.C. Teaching Fellows Program.
This file photo from 2009 shows Jenny Bajorek, a 5th grade teacher at Northwoods Elementary, talking to one of her students, Sumera Ingram, left. Bajorek became a teacher through the N.C. Teaching Fellows Program. staff News & Observer file photo
This file photo from 2009 shows Jenny Bajorek, a 5th grade teacher at Northwoods Elementary, talking to one of her students, Sumera Ingram, left. Bajorek became a teacher through the N.C. Teaching Fellows Program. staff News & Observer file photo

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