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First-grade teacher Amy Schroer supervised a game of Go Fish! among after-school activities for students.

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ZAP-ping problems by helping students finish their work

Four years ago, when Karen Ponder took the Cole County R-1 elementary school principal’s chair, she was astounded to see 69 grades of "F" in Russellville's middle school at the end of the first semester. Ponder immediately researched Zeros Aren’t Permitted (ZAP). “It guarantees they are accountable for their work,” she said.


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