At Clintondale High School (Michigan, U.S.), 74% of students qualify for a free or reduced-price lunch program, 38% receive special-education services, and 70% are members of a racial minority group. Two years ago, the school’s failure rate was as high as 61%. In this Getting Smart post, Clintondale’s principal Greg Green tells the story of his school’s turnaround via the flipped-classroom model.
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