Early success of NYC iSchool inspires plans for 40 more within 3 years

A New York City high school that received a failing grade before its technology- and project-based curriculum was launched in September has been so successful with its interdisciplinary, high-tech student projects that city officials are said to be planning 40 more schools with the same model. "Adolescents want to do work that’s important and that has relevance to the world, not just something that gets finished and turned in on a piece of paper to a teacher," said co-Principal Mary Moss.


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