Putting Students in Charge to Close the Achievement Gap

Provides an in depth explanation on what student centered learning is, how it has impacted student learning, how it has impacted teacher's methods of teaching, and how it has changed the structure of the school by examining the case study of a small school in Maine that is the in midst of using this innovative approach to education.

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