To achieve the MCPS goal of preparing all students for the rigors of college and 21st century careers, everyone from the superintendent to the youngest student in the school system must be an active participant. That is especially critical inside the school building. To successfully apply Baldrige principles in the classroom requires active engagement of students in the teaching and learning process—and guiding them to take ownership of their own learning. Sherwood Elementary School provides an excellent example of Baldrige principles at work in the classroom.
Published on May 20, 2013 – Montgomery County Schools – Sherwood Elementary School