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The Absurd Structure of High School

I have 20 new students entering my classroom every hour. The frenzied pace is failing everyone.

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CConsider this schedule: At 8 a.m. you arrive at work. Immediately you are busy with a quick problem needing to be solved. You sit and get to it, but only for about three minutes. You break your focus to stop and receive instruction for the next…




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