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Love and science
My fourth-grade daughter Sarah was fretting about a science test one night and said she couldn't go to sleep because she was so worried. She couldn't stop thinking about doing badly on it.
I knew that her fretting came in part from an unpleasant exchange we'd had over the last science test she'd brought home, with a poor grade that she'd hidden from me for as long as she could. Because it's her school's policy for a parent to sign all graded tests, Sarah brought the test to my attention fairly late one evening.
About the author
Elizabeth Richards is a high-school English teacher in New York City, a single mother of two daughters, and the author of two novels, "Every Day " (Simon and Schuster, 1997) and "Rescue" (Simon and Schuster, 1999).
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with contributions from Carrie T. Becker, Kenneth Girard, Marjorie Harrington, Barbara Young, Lin Key
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