Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Senioritis study

Senior Year: A Teenage Wasteland? In 2001, U.S. secretary of education Richard W. Riley called the high school senior year a 'wasteland.' In 2005, researchers Martha McCarthy and George D. Kuh studied data from the national High School Survey of Student Engagement and concluded that the majority of high school students were not challenged during their senior year in reading, writing, or math. -- Teacher Magazine (

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