Rethinking school schedules can help teachers adopt more innovative teaching practices, according to Furman Brown, CEO and co-founder of Tegy. In some schools, he says, modified schedules are allowing for more teacher collaboration and reduced class sizes, leading to better outcomes and support for students, particularly those with special needs.
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