Gary Comer College Prep Teacher Jamelle Williams featured on Crain's Chicago Business forum on education loss during COVID-19
Published On: September 9th, 2021Categories: 2021, COVID-19, Gary Comer College Prep, Noble In The News, Noble Reopening SY21, Staff

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Jamelle Williams, a 9th-grade math teacher at Gary Comer College Prep, was recently featured in Crain’s Chicago Business discussing how the pandemic has affected students’ educational progress.

Hear from Williams on his biggest gains and losses during the pandemic school year:

– Jamelle Williams, 9th-Grade Algebra Teacher, Gary Comer College Prep


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