Cyber high school offers alternative for at-risk students

04/12/2010 | Detroit Free Press

Students at Michigan's Westwood Cyber High School are required to spend only two hours a week in a school building, as they work from home on the Internet on a project-based curriculum. The year-old school caters to students who are struggling or have dropped out, and it utilizes a "Not School" model -- successful in the U.K. -- where students work with mentors on projects individualized based on their interests.

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