The new life science teacher at Tomales High School wants to encourage each of her students to see themselves as a scientist. “Every unit is based around a real-life issue or phenomenon,” said Allison Sherman, a neurobiologist who most recently taught at Marin’s newly named Archie Williams High School. “My plan for all of my classes, especially . . .

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