This person was the fifth grade teacher about whom the book is written.
This student was the only African American student in the class and a problem student.
This student refused to do homework and often inflicted pain upon himself during class to get attention.
This student was one of the teacher's favorites, very bright and mature for her age.
This student was an intelligent white student who tried not to let other students know how smart he was.
Being shy, this student was easily overshadowed by the disciplinary problems in the class but showed improvement in the end of the school year.
This student entered the fifth grade midway through the school year, and became friends with the most intelligent girl in the class.
This student was intelligent but needed to be pushed into working to potential.
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