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STUDENT VOICES: The education system encourages students to be dead inside

Hechinger Report - September 27, 2017 3842

How would you describe your school? My school has a reputation, by being cast in a movie called “Fame,” of being a sort of an attempt to try and drive the arts forward. That’s how it was conceived. It was meant to be a school that was both very good academically and that supported the […]


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A new attempt to answer an old question: Does single-sex education work?

Hechinger Report - September 23, 2017 3579

WASHINGTON — “I am the pink flower” is not the kind of thing a ninth grade boy usually says with a straight face, especially not in a room filled with other teenage boys. But the young men in Schalette Gudger’s English class at Ron Brown College Preparatory High School, a new all-boys public school in […]


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Watchworthy Wednesday: Remake Learning Network Turns 10, Reaches Forward

DML Central - September 20, 2017 3374

.broken_link, a.broken_link { text-decoration: line-through; } Toggle navigation Search Watchworthy Wednesday: Remake Learning Network Turns 10, Reaches Forward Wednesday, September 20, 2017 The network started as an experiment in collaboration among educators, researchers, mentors and caring adults and has become a movement touching thousands of lives in southwestern Pennsylvania, West Virginia and eastern Ohio. As it marks its 10-year anniversary, the network just released “,” documenting Remake Learning’s achievements.