By  on July 10, 2017

Rosemary Miller tends to do things by the book. That’s not surprising, considering she teaches second grade at a private, coed K-6 elementary school in Los Angeles. Born in New York and raised in L.A. since age three, the 27-year-old Miller has been teaching for five years and is currently pursing a doctorate degree in education leadership at UCLA. “My goal in life is to improve the way we teach kids to read,” she said.

Miller’s daily routine includes planning her outfit and washing her long hair the night before (she usually winds it into a low bun for work), in order to be out the door by 6:45 a.m. “The kids get there at the same time every day, 7:45,” she said. “I have a note in my iPhone with awkward selfies of my outfits saved so if I am ever at a loss for what to wear I look on my iPhone.”

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