Innovative programs are used to excite students about learning

Several Arizona schools are using innovative and creative projects, such as outdoor classrooms and simulated spaceflight, to engage students in learning. A Madison Heights Elementary School teacher leads a Foreign Language Institute for students who have met math and reading benchmarks. In Mesa Public Schools, about 91% of elementary schools participate in a Space Integration Module that fosters problem-solving and collaboration as part of science, technology, engineering and math learning.

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