Project-based learning puts Indiana school in the spotlight

Teachers at an Indiana middle school are using project-based learning in the classroom as a way to improve student achievement -- an approach that has earned the school a place among the state's three "Schools to Watch." Three years ago, the school began to focus more on 21st-century skills, family advocacy, intervention and enrichment, transitioning students and creating schoolwide procedures as a way to boost learning.

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