N.M. district considers project-based learning for remedial education

01/20/2014 | Albuquerque Journal (N.M.) (free content)

School officials in Albuquerque Public Schools in New Mexico are considering changes to the district's summer-education program. Under the proposal, students would take project-based classes that emphasize hands-on learning instead of remedial courses. Jami Jacobson, executive director of curriculum and instruction, said the current model is not working, and the proposed changes could help reinvigorate learning for struggling students.

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