How student-centered learning is delivering on its promises

By Nicole Krueger 12/15/2017

Last year, a group of high school students wondered what it would take to govern a country. So they organized. They wrote a constitution. They set up an economy. And they ran their mock government outside of class all year long.

The project wasn’t graded, and they didn’t get extra credit for it. They did it purely to satisfy their own curiosity. 

“This is the kind of project we see coming out....

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