Dr. Copeland is the head of the math and science department at Harrison Prep. She's very concerned when Kim is accused of cheating on tests, especially when in the months after the accusation, Kim continues to perform well above what's normally expected and achieve near-perfect grades. To make sure there's no foul play, Dr. Copeland designs a test in which Kim is orally tested on math and science in front of a panel of the department faculty.
Dr. Copeland Quotes in Girl in Translation
The Girl in Translation quotes below are all either spoken by Dr. Copeland or refer to Dr. Copeland. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Riverhead edition of Girl in Translation published in 2010.).
How could I have thought that it had been a personal note for me? I burned with shame at wanting so much to be liked, to belong to a circle of friends, that I had picked up something during a test.
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Dr. Copeland Character Timeline in Girl in Translation
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...logical world. She tests into the accelerated math and sciences program. After a few weeks, Dr. Copeland calls Kim to her office. She expresses concern about Kim's near-perfect grades, and Kim realizes... (full context)