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2010 | 6 | 11(1) | 92-99
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Teaching against the grain of standardization: Developing marginalized students’ voices to promote ownership, motivation, challenge and success

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This article addresses the issue of marginalized students in American public schools. It refers to the missed aim of the No Child Left Behing program, the role of standards and standardization, the teacher-centered instruction and, ultimately, how to remedy the marginalization of students by allowing “...their voices to be heard as they make decisions about curriculum, instruction, assessment and learning environments that promote ownership, motivation, student challenge and success.”
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6
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92-99
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