A test for students and teachers:IA English instructors learn how to navigate new technology to get their students through the last few weeks of school

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Teaching complex sentences got a little more complex during the last two months of the school year.

For Indianola Academy English teachers Carrie Hodges, Ruth Carmen Poindexter and Dana Lipsey, finishing out the last several weeks following spring break came with both challenges and rewards.

 
 
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