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Culture, Not Curriculum, May be Key to High School Reform

November 16, 2012 by twalker  
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Resurrecting a struggling high school is more about changing culture than curriculum, according to Charles Payne, a University of Chicago professor. Schools should be places where teachers are trusted, students are challenged, and parents are engaged. When that happens, students show up and teachers stick around, and that alone can boost student achievement. Source: U.S. News

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