Testing the Fruits of Our Labors

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courtesy Edible Gardening NYC Late August and September means back to school for students, and many primary school teachers are pulling out the traditional “apple” unit to welcome their students. Many teachers will be ready with pumpkin, also a fruit, for the following month. During the school year, teacher talk may turn to a lesson that turned out to be a “lemon”, or one that is “not worth a fig.” Educational stakeholders can “cherry-pick” data to see if the efforts of a teacher “bears fruit”, while the

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