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 Rebecca Zacherl, 30, middle, is a sixth-grade teacher at Dr. Walter Cooper Academy, also known as Public School #10, in Rochester, N.Y. The Rochester City School District is the poorest large urban district in New York State. As of 2014, only 43.4% of its students graduated on time. 

Rebecca Zacherl, 30, middle, is a sixth-grade teacher at Dr. Walter Cooper Academy, also known as Public School #10, in Rochester, N.Y. The Rochester City School District is the poorest large urban district in New York State. As of 2014, only 43.4% of its students graduated on time. 

 Zacherl, left, reviews an assignment with Rejae G. [last name withheld] (cq), 12, right, during class. The majority of students who attend the Rochester City School District's — 62.3% of approximately 31,500 total — are African American.

Zacherl, left, reviews an assignment with Rejae G. [last name withheld] (cq), 12, right, during class. The majority of students who attend the Rochester City School District's — 62.3% of approximately 31,500 total — are African American.

 Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, left, embraces Zacherl while she grades papers at the end of the school day. Zacherl has been a teacher at the school for six years.

Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, left, embraces Zacherl while she grades papers at the end of the school day. Zacherl has been a teacher at the school for six years.

 Zacherl, left, continues teaching a history lesson after a student caused a disruption — a relatively common occurrence in her classroom. After taking a few minutes to collect herself, the student returned to class.

Zacherl, left, continues teaching a history lesson after a student caused a disruption — a relatively common occurrence in her classroom. After taking a few minutes to collect herself, the student returned to class.

 Guided by Zacherl, top center, students (counter-clockwise) Charlotte M., Tony J., and Christopher S. [last names withheld] work to complete a math lesson in the early morning on November 11, 2013. As of 2013, only 5% of the districts’ students passed the standardized math test.

Guided by Zacherl, top center, students (counter-clockwise) Charlotte M., Tony J., and Christopher S. [last names withheld] work to complete a math lesson in the early morning on November 11, 2013. As of 2013, only 5% of the districts’ students passed the standardized math test.

 Zacherl, middle, explains a group reading and writing assignment to Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, second from left. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to complete their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day.

Zacherl, middle, explains a group reading and writing assignment to Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, second from left. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to complete their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day.

 One of Zacherl's students rests during a lesson. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to completely their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day. There are many factors that contribute to student success, such as home environment, socioeconomic background, etc.

One of Zacherl's students rests during a lesson. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to completely their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day. There are many factors that contribute to student success, such as home environment, socioeconomic background, etc.

 During the middle of teaching a lesson, Zakaria L. [last name withheld], 11, embraces Zacherl. According to Pearson, an international education company, teachers who add value to the classroom experience are crucial for student success, both academically and socially.

During the middle of teaching a lesson, Zakaria L. [last name withheld], 11, embraces Zacherl. According to Pearson, an international education company, teachers who add value to the classroom experience are crucial for student success, both academically and socially.

 Zacherl teaches a lesson to her sixth grade class. Zacherl grew up in the Rochester City School District herself and views teaching as one way of giving back to the community that raised her.

Zacherl teaches a lesson to her sixth grade class. Zacherl grew up in the Rochester City School District herself and views teaching as one way of giving back to the community that raised her.

 At the end of the school day, Zacherl walks her students to the buses. She is embraced by her sixth-grade student, Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq).

At the end of the school day, Zacherl walks her students to the buses. She is embraced by her sixth-grade student, Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq).

Rebecca Zacherl, 30, middle, is a sixth-grade teacher at Dr. Walter Cooper Academy, also known as Public School #10, in Rochester, N.Y. The Rochester City School District is the poorest large urban district in New York State. As of 2014, only 43.4% of its students graduated on time. 

Zacherl, left, reviews an assignment with Rejae G. [last name withheld] (cq), 12, right, during class. The majority of students who attend the Rochester City School District's — 62.3% of approximately 31,500 total — are African American.

Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, left, embraces Zacherl while she grades papers at the end of the school day. Zacherl has been a teacher at the school for six years.

Zacherl, left, continues teaching a history lesson after a student caused a disruption — a relatively common occurrence in her classroom. After taking a few minutes to collect herself, the student returned to class.

Guided by Zacherl, top center, students (counter-clockwise) Charlotte M., Tony J., and Christopher S. [last names withheld] work to complete a math lesson in the early morning on November 11, 2013. As of 2013, only 5% of the districts’ students passed the standardized math test.

Zacherl, middle, explains a group reading and writing assignment to Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, second from left. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to complete their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day.

One of Zacherl's students rests during a lesson. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to completely their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day. There are many factors that contribute to student success, such as home environment, socioeconomic background, etc.

During the middle of teaching a lesson, Zakaria L. [last name withheld], 11, embraces Zacherl. According to Pearson, an international education company, teachers who add value to the classroom experience are crucial for student success, both academically and socially.

Zacherl teaches a lesson to her sixth grade class. Zacherl grew up in the Rochester City School District herself and views teaching as one way of giving back to the community that raised her.

At the end of the school day, Zacherl walks her students to the buses. She is embraced by her sixth-grade student, Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq).

 Rebecca Zacherl, 30, middle, is a sixth-grade teacher at Dr. Walter Cooper Academy, also known as Public School #10, in Rochester, N.Y. The Rochester City School District is the poorest large urban district in New York State. As of 2014, only 43.4% of its students graduated on time. 
 Zacherl, left, reviews an assignment with Rejae G. [last name withheld] (cq), 12, right, during class. The majority of students who attend the Rochester City School District's — 62.3% of approximately 31,500 total — are African American.
 Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, left, embraces Zacherl while she grades papers at the end of the school day. Zacherl has been a teacher at the school for six years.
 Zacherl, left, continues teaching a history lesson after a student caused a disruption — a relatively common occurrence in her classroom. After taking a few minutes to collect herself, the student returned to class.
 Guided by Zacherl, top center, students (counter-clockwise) Charlotte M., Tony J., and Christopher S. [last names withheld] work to complete a math lesson in the early morning on November 11, 2013. As of 2013, only 5% of the districts’ students passed the standardized math test.
 Zacherl, middle, explains a group reading and writing assignment to Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq), 11, second from left. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to complete their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day.
 One of Zacherl's students rests during a lesson. Zacherl has noticed that many of her students lack the motivation and focus necessary to completely their assignments throughout the entirety of the school day. There are many factors that contribute to student success, such as home environment, socioeconomic background, etc.
 During the middle of teaching a lesson, Zakaria L. [last name withheld], 11, embraces Zacherl. According to Pearson, an international education company, teachers who add value to the classroom experience are crucial for student success, both academically and socially.
 Zacherl teaches a lesson to her sixth grade class. Zacherl grew up in the Rochester City School District herself and views teaching as one way of giving back to the community that raised her.
 At the end of the school day, Zacherl walks her students to the buses. She is embraced by her sixth-grade student, Cordaisa [last name withheld] (cq).