Real world examples
New educational approaches often require vigorous strategies to support them. Take a tour of schools offering a real world view of robust strategies in action.
Rather than procuring new land and constructing new buildings, these schools are reusing existing buildings to start great schools.
Campuses of small schools that share common resources such as food service, athletics, auditoriums, and/or libraries.
Building distinct schools from the ground up is one of the best ways to implement powerful change.
Schools transformed into small schools or slcs that share common resources such as food service, athletics, auditoriums, and/or libraries.
Schools that share community resources and/or are located within the building(s) of a sponsor institution, such as a university or museum.
Schools focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) promote inquiry and real-world learning.