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Adapting Project-Based Learning in Rural Georgia | Edutopia

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Five middle schools and one high school in the Whitfield County, Georgia school district are in their second year of a transition to project-based learning. Their model is High Tech High, a San Diego charter school renowned for its hands-on student projects that have real-world impact.

Whitfield educators have taken big risks, tried things that failed, and then improved their work based on those mistakes. They’re still learning. Yet they’ve also succeeded in making a huge transition in a short time…

Find out more here: Adapting Project-Based Learning in Rural Georgia | Edutopia

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