Education reporter Emily Alpert shares seven of the most interesting ideas she came across while writing about San Diego schools this year. As she says, “maybe you agree with them, maybe you don’t, but they are bound to get you thinking.” Among them: rethinking the way math is taught in younger grades to better prepare students for algebra; letting students have a voice in school rules and discipline; and developing better bilingual instruction for students who are long-term English-language learners. Check all the ideas out here.
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