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Floyee Gresham recently graduated from Georgia Gwinnett College’s paraprofessional track for the bachelor of science in education in special education.

Floyee Gresham wanted to be a teacher since she was a high school student in Villa Rica. She pursued that path until she found herself working as a paraprofessional supporting students and teachers in the Gwinnett County school system.

She enjoyed that career, but the desire to be a full-time teacher never left her.

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