Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Putting New Tools in Students' Hands // Experimental Design Classes at Poor, Rural NC Schools

Full article here // Excerpt below

By Alice Rawsthorn

Why would you study design if you weren’t planning to become a designer? Especially if you were a high school student in a depressed rural area of the United States, like Bertie County, one of the poorest counties in North Carolina, where 80 percent of students live in poverty, and your best chance of employment will be a low-skilled job in agriculture or biotechnology.

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