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  • Lena Lynn

    Continuous Improvement : This teacher has each kid keep a "data folder". Nice for older kids- might be harder with first graders. :)

  • Rochelle Alliyah

    LOVE having kids chart their own progress! gets them involved AND saves me and teachers time!

  • I love Lucy!

    Students track their individual progress with data folders. Students set personal smart goals, and enjoy graphing their progress.

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