Edwards, B. (2017). Alternative education students earn graduation credits with guided inquiry design. Teacher Librarian, 44(4), 30. https://sjsu-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=TN_gale_ofa491983243&context=PC&vid=01CALS_SJO&search_scope=EVERYTHING&tab=everything&lang=en_US
Article explains how GID (Guided Inquiry Design) can be used in alternative schools.
This is really cool, because the standards and curriculums seem to be focused on the comprehensive schools, while there are a growing number of alternative schools for students who do not fit the traditional cookie-cutter of education. This article is a refreshing call to see how Inquiry Design crosses boundaries of education.