Passion-fueled Student Innovation Put on Exhibit in Colorado

Passion-fueled Student Innovation Put on Exhibit in Colorado

Passion-fueled Student Innovation Put on Exhibit in Colorado

Tenth grader Cassidy Bradley, 16, discusses the intricacies of teaching special needs students how to make tacos with Scott Arnold, a personal project night evaluator, Dec. 11 at Sand Creek High School in Colorado Springs. Dozens of personal projects, a sample of more than 100 student-selected topics, culminating more than three months of research, were organized across a classroom for community members to evaluate. Now in its third year as an International Baccalaureate world school, the Falcon School District 49 high school has enhanced its Middle Years Program by adopting an inspiring project-based curriculum.

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