Too Good to be True

Imagine an entire school district where no child is held back because of their chronological age, where no child drops out, where no child fails, and where the lessons are personalized to each student’s learning style. This was the story I was fortunate enough to be able to tell in this book. It seems too good to be true, but the staff and board of education at Taylor County Schools in Campbellsville, Kentucky have achieved this and more.

I am optimistic about the state of public education in this country because I have seen what can be done when everyone collaborates on a student-centered educational delivery system. This was a story that had to be told.

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