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.
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.
Get tips on what to look, listen, and feel for as you tour a potential high school for your child.
When students get a say in what they learn and how to show it, they become more deeply involved in their education.
During the pandemic, educators found amazing ways to reach students. Some of those innovations are so great, they’re here to stay.
Legally every child with a learning disability receives accommodations, such as extra time on tests or access to audiobooks. But this innovative school gives them to all students.
Learn how this high-performing high school works with every student on a 4-year plan and uses data to track each student’s progress.
These public high schools give students the opportunity to complete up to 2 years of college while still in high school.
From helping kids relate to their schoolwork to limiting bias, learn more about culturally responsive teaching.
Want a high school where every kid finds their unique learning path? Allow students a way to exercise their voice and choice.
How everyone treats each other at a high school has a huge impact on learning. This is what to look out for.