The Washington Post recently published a story about Monument Mountain Regional High School in Massachusetts where some students design their own learning experiences. The student-created model was, "...broken down into four parts: orientation, the sciences, the arts, and the collective endeavor, which all of the students would agree on a serious world issue and work together to find a solution or a piece of a solution." This model is now being used by several schools around the country. It is called The Independent Project. Check out this video.
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