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Our TExES Master study aids are designed to help you pass various teacher certification exams. All teachers have to take the PPR EC-12 all level exam. This exam evaluates if you understand how students learn and therefore how teachers should teach. It's all about excellent teaching. Our TExES Master PPR EC-12 will help you pass that exam.
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