Savannah O’Connor, a junior in Rowan University’s College of Education, doesn’t have much free time. She balances her regular classwork with weekly classroom observations, all while studying for the challenging Praxis Subject Tests, which she must pass to become a certified teacher.
“The due dates, the money you have to pay [to take the tests] and the studying … that’s been kind of on my chest for a while,” she said.
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