Ten years ago Alison Annan, then principal of Cambridge High School, was crowing about her students’ perfect NCEA scores. A 100% pass rate at Level 1! The way in which many of those grades were given out was later found to be invalid. But what’s beginning to look prescient was Annan’s drive to get every kid over the line, her push to get credentials for even “supposedly low achievers”, who once would have left school with “a big fat fail”.
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"A Murder of Crow's Feet" by featured artist Charlotte Angotti, of Conway, South Carolina on display at Quilts 2014 at Lake Metroparks Farmpark. Photo by Jeff Forman for The News-Herald. For more information about Quilts 2014 visit http://lakemetroparks.com/programs/quilts2014
These baby birds are at my work, just outside a main window. We all walk by and check on their progress! Baby crows reach toward the sky for food Tuesday afternoon in a pine tree outside the Herald building. Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald