School of One: To Each Their Own Classroom

School of One: To Each Their Own Classroom

A special New York City school personalizes an educational program for each students' needs.

Michael Brooks
  • 11 august 2010

New York City’s unique “School of One” program focuses on making the education experience more user and provider friendly.  Instead of following a rigid classroom format with one teacher instructing the same room full of kids at all times, School of One works on a modular model that includes independent tutoring and technology assisted time. With a broader range of student needs met by the diversified learning environment, teachers are able to focus more on teaching instead of managing the class.

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