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Above, Ischel Heredia, left, dressed as Persephone, and Anastasia Cooper, dressed as one of the Fates, stand in front of the seventh-grade’s Ancient Greece project. (Photo by Matt Minde

Above, Ischel Heredia, left, dressed as Persephone, and Anastasia Cooper, dressed as one of the Fates, stand in front of the seventh-grade’s Ancient Greece project. (Photo by Matt Minde

All Greek to me: A peek at Project-Based Learning

The halls and classrooms at Mills Lawn School were teeming last Friday evening with parents and community members who came to see the early fruits of the newly adopted project-based learning program for the K–12 district. 

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