Eighth-graders learn from delivering morning news

12/22/2008 | Bulletin (Bend, Ore.), The

Eighth-graders at an Oregon middle school spend each morning preparing and delivering the news to their classmates in a live broadcast. There is oversight from a teacher, but the students are responsible for the show, which allows them to work with technology and learn other skills to prepare them for college or careers.

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