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Learning in the schools.

Robert A. Davis

Learning in the schools.

by Robert A. Davis

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Published by Wadsworth in Belmont(Calif) .
Written in English


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  Schools are for showing off, not for learning. When we enroll our children in school, we enroll them into a never ending series of contests—to see who is best, who can get the highest grades. and learning. A growing number of schools and community partners are adapting courses—both during the regular school day and after school— that allow students to learn in their communities. This link between schools and community partners is a critical element of community schools, offering students ways to develop the skills and knowledge nec-.

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