Dr. William Gelb’s contribution to John I. Leonard High School’s chemistry department is truly immeasurable.
William spends approximately 7 hours per day, 2 days a week influencing over 400 students in chemistry in 4 different classrooms. This equates to over 1200 hours a year in student contact hours.
William has contributed his own resources in producing professional labs that the students have enjoyed.
Dr. Gelb lends expertise in chemistry through his expansive knowledge on the subject to not only the students, but to the teachers as well. He has directly increased student performance by 27% as measured by formative assessments.
Thank you, Dr. William Gelb, for brightening our children’s futures!
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