Active Learning Can Close the Achievement Gap

Providing equity and access to high-quality STEM and Computer Science education is a goal shared by many. For years policymakers and the education community have attempted to sever the relationship between students’ learning and their socioeconomic background. Unfortunately, thus far, the data shows these interventions have been unable to break the link between socioeconomic status and achievement. Even still, this mission stands.

Today, we are met with mounting challenges which include the devastating effects brought on by COVID-19. Implementing active learning is a significant step and proven strategy towards reaching the goal of closing the achievement gap.

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