Ohio high-school students cap off studies with research projects

02/25/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Students enrolled in Reynoldsburg High School's eSTEM Academy in Ohio are completing research projects intended to engage them in deeper learning as part of a new Capstone program. Many students attend school in the morning and work internships in the afternoon. "It's the commencement of a whole new way of learning. It's about keeping the senior year interesting and relevant. It's about having these students engaged and having the skills to be college- and career-ready," said Bob Wise, head of the nonprofit Alliance for Excellent Education and former West Virginia governor.

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