I'd Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year as a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High - Chapter Eleven: Finals Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eleven: Finals Summary and Analysis

In May, the class is in countdown to summer break. Six weeks remain for Tony to complete the curriculum and administer finals. David tells him that attendance is usually a problem at the end of the year and that there are no finals at Northeast. The teachers grade on the work done by the students during the school year. Standardized tests are the only thing that the school system is interested in. But Tony wants to measure how much the kids learned. David tells him that he should go for it then.

Katerina will miss the last month of school because she's going to Russia with her mother. Tony spends class time doing review and plans to have another scavenger hunt. At the final challenge, Ben-Kyle falls over which he's half-way to the finish line. Tony thinks...

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