We need to stop teaching high school subjects separately


We need to stop teaching high school subjects separately

By Alyssa McKee 
k12dive.com
3 min



We are wasting time  our time and our students’ time. We are running around a hamster wheel giving busy work and complaining when students don’t find it valuable enough to complete.

Why do students need to learn poetry in isolation? What about persuasive writing? Wouldn’t it make sense to write a passionate plea to save the ocean while including pertinent research about the chemicals involved in oil spills and cleanups? 

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