The common complaints about high school are no accident — that’s how high school was designed nearly 200 years ago. But across the country, innovative educators are discovering new ways of teaching and learning.
Many schools have discovered that valuing traditionally underserved students' cultural and individual identities contributes to their long-term success.
It’s easy to focus on the kids who are falling behind or flying ahead, but how can schools support the forgotten middle? This school found a way.
This IB English teacher has developed a surprisingly simple way to teach complex literary analysis.