No Grades, No Problem: How One High School is Transforming Learning
At this small high school in New Hampshire, there are no letter grades, and students can take a test as often as they want. Administrators here are taking a risk and preparing their students for what they hope will be the future of education.
The ultimate goal of the obituary assignment is for these students to know that there’s more to the French Revolution – human motivations, political tensions – lessons that can still apply today.
“So when we see something happening in a different part of the world we can say, ‘Oh I see similarities, I see differences. I can predict what’s going to happen,’” says Giuliucii.