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When middle school students are given the opportunity to deeply explore what it means to be a changemaker, they see a path towards making a difference in their own community—and beyond.

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At Amana Academy in Alpharetta, GA, every grade level from K–8 has a thematic focus that lasts the full school year and is integrated into each academic subject. In 8th grade, students investigate what it means to be a “changemaker” in their community by tackling real-world problems and studying how individuals throughout history have made a difference.

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