This podcast was originally published on EducationNext.
In the United States, we don’t expect most kids to work very hard, and they don’t. So write Mike Petrilli and Adam Tyner of the Fordham Institute in a new EdNext article about student motivation.
Should we try to make schools more engaging? Use external exams to hold students accountable for their learning?
Adam Tyner sits down with Marty West to discuss some options that he and Mike Petrilli explore in their article, “The Case for Holding Students Accountable.”
For more information, see the original article.