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A warm smile can go a long way toward helping a middle or high school student who is struggling academically.
Many schools around the country strive to support students who have experienced trauma—and that work is always rooted in strong relationships.
Between the launch of a project-based learning unit and the final presentation, targeted instruction and feedback are crucial for student success.
Two new gold-standard studies provide compelling evidence that project-based learning is an effective strategy for all students—including historically marginalized ones.
Teaching high school students how to plan to solve a problem in science, technology, engineering, and math is a crucial step.
Meeting professionals of color in science, technology, engineering, and math can be a game changer for high school students.
By connecting learning to the real world, students begin to see themselves as a catalyst for change within it.
Encouraging middle and high school students to talk through differences of opinion can make for stronger projects and greater learning gains.
As jobs increasingly require new skills, high schools revive programs that help students explore careers in the course of their studies.