Utah teachers embrace block scheduling

09/4/2003 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Educators at many Utah middle and junior high schools are discovering that 80-minute class periods and flexible, collaborative approaches to teaching are improving students' standardized test scores and reducing discipline problems. The changes are moving the schools' focus from a teacher-centered structure to a student-centered model, says one veteran teacher.

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