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Top 10 Incorrect "Facts"
Do you believe everything you hear at school? Well, you probably shouldn't — some of that stuff just isn't true. Check out the Top 10 Things that Schools Get Wrong »
Just four years ago, Clintondale High School was one of the worst performing schools in the state of Michigan. Failure rates were high, and college admissions were low. Principal Greg Green knew something had to change, but he wasn't sure what.
That is, until he discovered the "flipped classroom" model. After implementing this new teaching method campus-wide, failure rates have dropped 25%, and college admission has gone up 17%.
Despite Title IX, which requires high schools to offer equal opportunities and services to female athletes, girls in sports continue to receive only 41% of all athletic participation opportunities — including subpar equipment, facilities, and scheduling.
Urge the Secretary of Health and Human Services to hold schools accountable by enacting the High School Data Transparency Acts.
Give vulnerable girls in western Nepal the chance for an education and a future instead of a life of indentured service.
Nepal Youth Foundation works with indigenous families subsisting as farm laborers, providing an alternative to selling their daughters. They compensate the families for lost wages and support the girls while they attend school. You can help give a girl a new life.