This case study tells the story of Revere High School’s ambitious multi-year reform plan, resulting in a school-wide flipped learning approach. Early results showed increased student engagement, homework completion, and attendance rates. Prior to 2011, Revere, a diverse urban high school in Massachusetts, was struggling to meet Department of Elementary and Secondary Education performance standards. Principal Dr. Lourenço Garcia and his leadership sought to transform the school to a student-centered learning environment where students would take an active role in constructing their knowledge, become critical consumers of information, and have a voice in and take ownerships for their learning.
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