A sampling of engaging and thought-provoking assignments

Washington Post staff writer Valerie Strauss polled students and teachers to describe their most interesting or effective assignments this school year. The responses include "rice jewelry" necklaces made from students' personal DNA and a Halloween debate over who was the greatest movie monster: Frankenstein, Dracula or the Werewolf.

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