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McColl mom earns perfect score on national teacher exam

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Posted: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 8:55 pm

HARTSVILLE — Sue Rogers, an early childhood education major at Coker College, has done what only 2.3 percent of all Praxis II test takers have achieved according to the state’s Office of Educator Certification: score a perfect 200 on the national teacher exam.

Rogers, a senior in Coker’s Evening and Extended Studies Program, also ranks in the top 15 percent of all test takers who took the Praxis II — Principles of Learning and Teaching: Grades K-6 exam. For that achievement, Rogers received the “ETS Recognition of Excellence” certificate.

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