Choosing a School Is No Small Matter
Nash advocates for smaller schools, citing research that a mix of ages and abilities provides optimum opportunities for student collaboration and provides a stable, reliable environment. Statistics show that students in smaller schools have stronger academic achievement, lower dropout rates, and fewer behavioral incidents. Nash urges colleges to train teachers in small-school pedagogy, parents to consider sending their children to small schools, and teachers already in small schools to optimize their opportunities to connect to students.
Journal of Adventist Education, Volume 77, Issue 3
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