Twenty-First Century Schools Sarah Sturdivant

"The books they give us at school aren't great. They're pretty old and contain some outdated information--especially the science books. But our teacher looks up videos of science and I like those." -Becca, 13
"I just got accepted into Berkeley! I can't wait to tell Mr. Goldberg! HE is the reason I knew I wanted to pursue science in the first place. If he hadn't taken the chance on me to do my own reearch in his class, I wouldn't have fallen in love with the sibject so quickly."- Danielle, 21
"Why do I want to be a teacher? Well, I think that education is the beginning of everything. It is where everything starts. Without it, a lot of potential would be lost. I'm excited to be a part of that process." -Maggie, 20
"Math has always been really hard for me. I just don't like numbers. But I have always loved history. Even when I was a kid watching Discovery Channel, I love to learn about wars and kings and stuff. My teacher, Mr Bowers has really encouraged me to keep up with that. he told me that learning isn't just reading a book or writing things down on a test. A lot of it is just paying attention to what is going on around you." -Thomas, 16


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