What K-12 and higher education can learn from each other [Ake-Little]

What K-12 and higher education can learn from each other — from edweek.org by Ethan Ake-Little Excerpts: In 1952, three prep schools—the Lawrenceville School, Phillips Academy, and Phillips Exeter Academy—and three universities—Harvard, Princeton, and Yale—came together to participate in a bold experiment which ultimately introduced the radical concept of allowing high school seniors the chance to […]

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