What Student-Centered Schools Look Like

This Education Week special report offers practical examples of student-centered strategies to help schools better meet the personal and academic needs of learners. Strategies highlighted include making classroom content more engaging; helping students forge bonds with each other; prioritizing students in the school’s professional development and discipline approaches; supporting students’ lifestyle needs including mealtimes, sleep, and physical activity; and assuring a safe and secure school environment. Many of the articles, featured in the report are written by or feature students sharing their own experiences and perspectives.

The report will be of interest to any educator or school leader. Read together they provide a wide range of examples of student-centered practices.

Source Organization: Education Week

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