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Realizing the Potential of Learning in Middle Adolescence

This article synthesizes the existing literature on how best to educate high school-aged youth, and provides ten principles for educators working with this age group.

The study was commissioned by the Sally and Dick Roberts Coyote Foundation, with additional support from the W. T. Grant Foundation.

Other tag words: middle school

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    Robert Halpern, Ph.D. | Erikson Institute
    Paul E. Heckman, Ph.D. | University of California, Davis
    Reed W. Larson, Ph.D. | University of Illinois

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