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Henry Figueroa, 8, left, his mother, Maricruz Flores, and Soledad Vargas watch as Vargas’ daughter Zacnite, a sophomore at Hillsboro High School, demonstrates an experiment during the high school’s open house Tuesday.
Henry Figueroa, 8, left, his mother, Maricruz Flores, and Soledad Vargas watch as Vargas’ daughter Zacnite, a sophomore at Hillsboro High School, demonstrates an experiment during the high school’s open house Tuesday.

Henry Figueroa, 8, left, his mother, Maricruz Flores, and Soledad Vargas watch as Vargas’ daughter Zacnite, a sophomore at Hillsboro High School, demonstrates an experiment during the high school’s open house Tuesday.

Beginning this summer anyone will be able to check and see how a Tennessee teacher is rated on a scale of 1 to 5.  The ratings are based on evaluations by principals and how well their students progress.  For up-to-date news accounts of this story, photos and to post a comment, please access the links below:

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