This collection features white papers produced by students in EDUC 17: What Works in Education?

Students chose a specific structural aspect of K-12 classrooms or schools that was of particular interest to them, critically reviewed at least ten relevant articles from the primary source, peer-reviewed literature on their chosen topic, and then synthesized their research into a summary white paper.


White Papers from 2019


White Paper: The Effects of Block Scheduling and Traditional Scheduling on High School Student Achievement, Lesley Mizhquiri