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Part II: How To Get Students Excited About Learning

Rapping Shakespeare? Origami in math class? Out-of-the box ideas to get students excited about learning. Part II of our special series on the achievement gap.
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With Meghna Chakrabarti

Rapping Shakespeare? Origami in math class? Out-of-the box ideas to get students excited about learning. Our special series, “The Fifty Year Fight: Solutions for Closing the Achievement Gap.”

Guests

Pedro Noguera, founder of the Center for the Transformation of Schools at the University of California, Los Angeles. Distinguished Professor of Education at the UCLA Graduate School of Education. (@PedroANoguera)

Matthew Riggan, co-founder and executive director at the Workshop School. (@RigganMatthew)

Keene Walker, social studies teacher at South Atlanta High School. ()

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