Big History is being taught in schools around the world. Teachers and students across a diverse range of backgrounds, languages, locations, and learning environments are part of our community. As part of our ongoing effort to understand BHP’s impact, we’ve conducted several case studies of schools teaching the course. One of these is Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies (BCS). BCS is a public, expeditionary learning school in Brooklyn, NY, where all ninth graders take BHP. When a core group of administrators and teachers were introduced to BHP in 2013, they were drawn to the flexibility and adaptability of the program.
Click here to view the case study and see what kind of impact BHP is having at BCS.
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