Last spring, while millions of American students were bubbling in answers to multiple-choice questions on the ubiquitous tests that determine school and teacher ratings, student promotions, graduation, and college admissions, some students were meeting a higher standard. At the Urban Academy, a second chance high school in New York City that is part of the New York Performance Standards Consortium, Gemma Venuti completed the set of research papers that were part of her graduation portfolio — and
“As a teacher, you know challenging student behaviour when you see it. It can be the downfall of any teacher, and more seriously, signs of despair for the learner. In any situation, we need to read challenging student behaviour as a cry for help.”
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