Imagine a high school where students don’t receive letter grades, are not sorted into grade levels and can’t take honors or remedial classes because there aren’t any.
Those are only a handful of the differences you will find at Clark Street Community School in Wisconsin, which doesn’t have key things that many other schools have but is working well anyway, or, rather, because of those differences……………………….
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