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Until you are willing to be confused about what you already know, what you know will never become wider, bigger, or deeper. --Milton Erikson  . 1967 students enrolled. Block schedule. 55% ride buses. 56% minority. 51% free and reduced lunch. 14% special education.

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Until you are willing to be confused about what you already know,

what you know will never become wider, bigger, or deeper.

--Milton Erikson  

southeast high school

1967 students

enrolled

  • Block schedule
  • 55% ride buses
  • 56% minority
  • 51% free and reduced lunch
  • 14% special education
  • Designated school for hearing impaired students
Southeast High School
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  • Un éxito reciente
  • Un desafío que enfrentas
  • La razón que estás aquí
  • Tu nombre
the power of imagination
The Power of Imagination

“In other words, the promotion of artistry

in teaching is more likely to be realized

not by searching for a formula for

effective teaching, but by finding out

what one is doing and by imagining how

it might be made even better”

(Elliot Eisner, 2002, p. 49).