"Student-centered" practices boost achievement in 4 Calif. schools

06/17/2014 | EdSource

Four California schools that have adopted "student-centered" practices, such as personalized instruction, high expectations, hands-on activities and group learning, report improved achievement, graduation rates and college preparedness, according to a recent report. The report found that the practices may be especially beneficial for certain student populations, including low-income.

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