Peetz schools' stakeholders look at new approaches to education


Leslie Raffelson / For The Sun-Telegraph

Last week, about 50 Peetz schools' stakeholders, including students, teachers, parents and school board members, attended a screening of a documentary about innovation in school systems. This week, a discussion was held about ways to better engage students.

A group of students, teachers and administrators at the Peetz Plateau School District is brainstorming ways to better engage students and prepare them for the future while continuing to meet state standards and learning benchmarks.

Last week, about 50 people turned out for a screening of the new documentary, "Most Likely to Succeed."

The film, directed by Greg Whiteley, examines the history of the U.S. education system and contrasts previous educational models with the skills needed to be successful in the 21st century.

"'Most Likely to Succeed' points toward a future of innovation and revi...

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