This High-Poverty School Succeeds by Focusing on Adventure, the Arts, Project-Based Learning

Monday, November 14, 2016

This is a project called the Schools of Opportunity, launched a few years ago by educators who sought to highlight public high schools that actively seek to close opportunity gaps through 11 research-proven practices and not standardized test scores (which are more a measure of socioeconomic status than anything else).

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