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Classroom Observation, With a Twist

If teachers were given the choice, who would they rather have observe them on the job, students or their superiors? In Lexington, Mass., it's the kids who are sitting in as part of an innovative scheme called the Best Practices Club. Conceived by senior Ariela Rothstein and ten of her classmates, the "club" only attend classrooms into which they are invited, but the feedback they are giving is proving valuable. Posted by What Kids Can Do.

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