Ohio school's new schedule provides time for teacher-student collaboration

Seton High School in Cincinnati this year is implementing a tiered schedule of seven-period, four-period and three-period days to allow teachers time to work in their professional learning communities and students more time to work on their collaborative projects or meet with teachers. "We're moving from a teaching culture to a learning culture," said Anna Downey, the school's assistant principal of academics.

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