Academy in England innovates to reach at-risk students

05/20/2013 | Guardian (London), The

In this interview, Trystan Williams, principal of The Springfields Academy in Wiltshire, England, describes how his team helped transform the school -- once a place that was struggling to meet the needs of its high-risk students. Williams says it was the school's transition to becoming an academy, despite its challenges, that gave educators the freedom to innovate and be successful.

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