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Three Lessons High Schools Should Be Teaching Their Students

Thoughts From Leaders in College Admission and Education Innovation

4 Top College Admission Tips and What it Really Takes to Get into University

I served as an undergraduate admission officer for more than 12 years at selective universities in...

“I did not only want to learn for the tests”: A conversation with Minerva Baccalaureate student Kailey Kim

Kailey Kim (Eunkyeol Kim 김은결) is a Minerva Baccalaureate student at Grace International Academy...

“Learning Outcomes are the starting point, the process, and the finish line” : A conversation with Minerva Baccalaureate instructor Patricia Mejia

Patricia Mejia is a Minerva Baccalaureate instructor teaching World Cultures and World History at...

High Schools Need A Shake Up: Here Are 6 Ways How

My high school journey in India, like that of most people across the globe, was intense for the...

Four Emerging Trends in High School Education Transformation

Between November 2020 and April 2021, Minerva Project convened 36 high school principals and...

How to Define, Teach and Assess Interdisciplinary Outcomes in High School

Imagine looking at a high school transcript. Perhaps you are a high school student, or the parent...

Cadi Russell on how the Minerva Baccalaureate combines academic rigor with student engagement

Cadi Russell is a Minerva Baccalaureate instructor teaching English Fundamentals since September...

Melissa Wilson on how Minerva Baccalaureate’s multiple assessment tools allow for effective student grading

Melissa Wilson is a Minerva Baccalaureate instructor teaching World Cultures since December 2020.

Minerva Baccalaureate: A Teacher’s Perspective

Sarah Clancy on how teaching Minerva Baccalaureate classes engages her students through an...