“When teacher Isabelle Dyment found herself in front of a classroom of kindergartners five years ago, she felt nearly as much at a loss as the scared, crying children just starting school. She came with skills and knowledge. She’s a mother of seven and a fluent Yup’ik speaker. But she had no college degree, no regular teaching certificate, no teaching experience…” Read the full story from the ADN.
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