Yikes! I could not find out how to start a new forum so I thought I would post my question here.
I am looking for a news article I found a while back about reforming schools. I believe it was on msnbc.com, but am not 100% sure. It was about a principal who turned around a failing school near the Mexican border in either Texas or Arizona. He did it through reward for his students.
Did anybody else remember seeing this article? If so, could you send a link?
We need to turn around our failing school and are looking for ways to motivate students.
can't answer your question, but to start a new forum topic, click the "forum" tab at the top, then there is a red link on the right-hand top side called "+ Add Discussion" which I think would allow you to start a new topic
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