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Will Students Make the Grade in an Education for the World Ahead?

Summary: The public education system in the U.S. may be out of sync in how it prepares students for the world ahead. While student assessments remain important, there must be a balance that allows students’ creativity to flourish. By using elements of continuous improvement in the classroom, students in California’s Mountain View Whisman School District are learning to think creatively through problem solving and decision making. Teachers encourage students to have a voice in the learning process, and students are held accountable through assessments that look for continuous improvement.

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  • Topics: Continuous Improvement
  • Keywords: Education, Continuous improvement (CI), Learning styles, Creativity, Accountability, Assessment
  • Author: Ghysels, Maurice
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation