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Students want choices in what they learn and when and how they learn it. Can I lead with my strengths? Can I focus on getting really good at something I value? Often, young people look back on their high school experience and say, I wish my school had offered a course in such-and-such. Increasingly, however, more and more schools focus on a tight curriculum, with few opportunities for student choice. Students feel pushed away by the meager menu of options. Students with low test scores often have even fewer choices, because they must focus on raising those test scores.



Example Questions

Do I have real choices about what, when, and how I will learn and demonstrate my competence?

Do my teachers help me to make good choices about my learning and work?

Do you provide real choices about what, when, and how my child will learn and demonstrate their competence?

Do you help students make good choices about their learning and work?

Do I give my students choices about what, when, and how they will learn and demonstrate their competence?

Do I help my students to make good choices about their learning and work?