Opinion: Many high school seniors need greater challenges

08/3/2007 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

While some top seniors pack their last year with classes for college credit, too many students slide through with little effort, writes Mary Tedrow, a National Board-certified high school English teacher. Schools would do better to treat them as the young adults they are and require service-learning, capstone classes or leadership experience.

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