Hands-on high school prepares students for the real world and jobs, but what about college?
The Hechinger Report article by Andra Cernavskis
There are no reliable estimates of how many schools have adopted project-based learning, but experts who have studied the model say that it has expanded across the country in the last decade. Its first wave of success came in the 1980s and ’90s when medical schools started to implement its tenets, but it has now reached all levels of education in all regions. READ MORE.