Most people are horrified by the mere memory of their preteen years. That might be in part because they weren’t reading the right stuff.
A Denver-based teacher tapped an increasingly popular method to get his high-schoolers invested in their AP Geography classwork.
Bored with the standard grammar exercises, a teacher in Portugal got creative, creating crimes for students to solve.
Dozens of schools around the U.S. are opting to ditch the traditional school structure altogether to motivate teens in new ways—and it seems to be working.
For schools that can afford it, a backyard garden provides community benefits and a new take on learning.