And according to educators, we have to stop thinking about education as just books and papers. It can be so much more than that.
The Healthline Organization says that 65% of students thrive in traditional classroom settings.
So, the other 35% of kids, struggle, and experts are not saying technology is the answer.
Sometimes, taking kids on a field trip, having them grow a class garden, or even adding more in-depth discussions to your learning can help.
“We all know this: schools that raise the bar don’t happen without school leaders who raise the bar,” said Sec. of Education, Miguel Cardona.
A study by intelligent.com, finds North Dakota ranks in the top 10 among states for best Academic Investment for your kids.
This means our state is using its funds overall in a positive way for all kids, and our state is one of the top states pushing alternative paths for learning.