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A series of reports by Education Week is highlighting how automation and a possible “robot apocalypse” could impact the way schools educate students for the future, and how the outcome of many of the moral dilemmas that await the next generation will depend on how well schools instill good character.
Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science Principal Kathryn Procope acknowledges the personalized learning system put in place at the Washington D.C. school this year is “not a silver bullet,” but it’s helping students set goals and develop self-discipline to become independent learners.
Earle STEM Academy student Tamya Fultz started playing chess in sixth grade, and the next year she won Chicago Public Schools’ Academic Chess South Conference Playoffs with a perfect score.
Murray-LaSaine Elementary School Principal Meredith Wallace has no use for sticker charts or special recognition for perfect attendance. She’s also not a big fan of letter grades at her South Carolina school.