How to structure schools for student success

11/12/2013 | KQED.org

In this article, Stanford educator and author Denise Pope offers ideas for restructuring schools for student success. She calls for more cognitive engagement through the use of assignments that are meaningful to students. Other recommendations include more emphasis on project-based learning, less emphasis on grades and fewer transitions during the school day.

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