Anthony Principe worked as a special education teacher in Boston, Mass. for more than 30 years, and throughout that period he watched the educators in his city experiment with different instructional philosophies. From Montessori to personalized, to college and life-prep schools, individual campuses picked up pedagogies and transformed their learning spaces.
When there is no connection between learning practices taught in elementary, middle and high school, teachers do not recognize the importance of what they are doing.
Yet, Principe worries that this roulette of…
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