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Two Rivers Public Charter School and EL Education Featured in the Washington Post

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    Alexis Margolin

In this Washington Post story, the engaging learning expeditions created by teachers at Two Rivers Public Charter School, an EL Education Credentialed School in Washington, DC, take center stage.

By implementing creative learning expeditions and EL Education's ten "Design Principles" the Two Rivers team has found that they get "way more kid buy-in," making learning a fun, meaningful, and multi-faceted experience that connects students to real-world issues.

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“The new lessons aim to be memorable or inspiring, to help students make connections to the real world or encourage breakthroughs in their thinking.”

“Such lessons have long been associated with effective instruction, but school officials said that they want to make sure they are a standard part of every child’s education.”


Read the full article in the Washington Post.