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How 'flipped classrooms' are turning school days upside down

  • Aired: 12/11/2013
  • 08:28
  • Rating: NR
Clintondale High School outside Detroit was one of the lowest performing schools in Michigan when they decided to "flip" their classrooms. Now, teachers record their lessons online for students to watch outside of school and class time is used to work through problems. Jeffrey Brown reports on Clintondale's success so far.
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