Editor's note: Today is the fifth in a series of posts from PBL World, a global gathering of educators interested in project-based learning. Join the conversation on Twitter by following the hashtag #pblworld.
The key findings are:
- A 30% higher pass rate for high-achieving students compared to peers in traditional AP classes in comparison schools in the same district
- A 10% higher pass rate for high-poverty students in PBL classes compared to peers in traditional AP classes
Via iEARN-USA, Dr. Gordon Dahlby