Big Picture Schooling: An Unconventional Spin On Education

Big Picture Schooling: An Unconventional Spin On Education

Big Picture schools allow students to set a curriculum based on their interests, and spend two days a week interning.

Dan Gould
  • 13 october 2009

Isaiah Brown, a freshman at Francis Perkins Academy shares with us his experiences at an innovative Big Picture School, where students are able to get real-world experience as part of their high school education.

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