From left, Pekorce Gabriel, Malachi Mendoza and Gerardo Sangabriel, all age 12, threw baskets during gym class at Bryan Station Middle School. The school is taking several measures to raise student achievement and close the achievement gap between disabled, minority and poor students and others.
From left, Pekorce Gabriel, Malachi Mendoza and Gerardo Sangabriel, all age 12, threw baskets during gym class at Bryan Station Middle School. The school is taking several measures to raise student achievement and close the achievement gap between disabled, minority and poor students and others. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
From left, Pekorce Gabriel, Malachi Mendoza and Gerardo Sangabriel, all age 12, threw baskets during gym class at Bryan Station Middle School. The school is taking several measures to raise student achievement and close the achievement gap between disabled, minority and poor students and others. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

Bryan Station Middle School tries all-girl classrooms and daily exercise to raise student achievement

November 26, 2015 09:41 PM

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