On Sunday evening, we asked our teen Twitter followers to tell us the ONE thing they wish they could change about school and why. From cafeteria food,...
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In light of the new findings, an analysis of New York City's small-high schools initiative is instructive. Robert Hughes, President of New Visions, and I have distilled some key lessons:
This is a teen-written article from our friends at Teenink.com.
Students have a limited amount of power in school, which is one of the main reasons...
The Catalyst's special issue on the turnaround of Chicago's Marshall High School describes the type of students who may be gaining the most from the latest attempts to improve our toughest schools.
One of the problems with education reform is that US high schools operate under ambiguous orders.
Instead of waiting for superman and playing the usual blaming games, true education reformers should begin by improving public school leadership.
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