School Ditches Factory “Assembly Line”

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Sixty-five freshmen are about to embark on a new journey to reimagine a high school education—one that may take three, five, or even six years, depending on how quickly they learn.

Just don’t call them “freshmen.”

And say good-bye to social promotion.

“We’re pushing all the assumptions of how school is supposed to work,” said Erik Good, who’s steering the experimental journey.

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