June 7, 2023 Important first question: where did the high school classroom come from? It’s important to remember that the high school classroom essentially didn’t exist until the 20th century.
Joshua Fost Ph.D. is Vice Provost and Managing Director of High School Innovation at Minerva. Think back to what you learned in high school. Was it amazing? Did it change your
Scrutiny of College Admissions has been intense recently and it is therefore important to summarize first some of the controversies, particularly around test scores, for context. The standardized testing non-profits
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By the time most students enter high school, they have already developed a fixed mindset about who they are as readers and writers. They will describe themselves as bad writers,
A few years ago, I was given the green light to create a blended, self-paced Latin 1–3 curriculum. Why? Institutionally, I saw that changing our current Latin curriculum into a
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It had been two years since my student received a guitar as a holiday gift from his parents. Unwrapped and then left propped in the corner of his closet was