In our everyday lives, people “are surrounded by curated content,” writes former social studies and ELA teacher Noah Dougherty. However, he adds, “the expectation that content could (or should) be relevant to every student often ends at the classroom door.”

“The good news is that relevant content, particularly for middle and high school students, is more readily available,” writes Dougherty, the CEO and co-founder of Relevant Learner. “Relevant content allows all our students to better connect with who they are and who they might become.”

To read his full column for The Hechinger Report, click here.

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