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High school students feel disengaged in the classroom

Adam Allington Jun 27, 2017
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Most of us who went to school in this country grew up with a “comprehensive high school” — that is, a school that seeks to educate large numbers of students under a single roof. Now, a new survey by the Fordham Institute shows this approach might be creating students who are less engaged with what they are learning.

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