Shanta Lightfoot, senior administrator for middle school English language arts for Wake County schools, works in her office last June. Lightfoot was a teaching fellow at N.C. State University before graduating in 2008.
Shanta Lightfoot, senior administrator for middle school English language arts for Wake County schools, works in her office last June. Lightfoot was a teaching fellow at N.C. State University before graduating in 2008. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
Shanta Lightfoot, senior administrator for middle school English language arts for Wake County schools, works in her office last June. Lightfoot was a teaching fellow at N.C. State University before graduating in 2008. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo

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