What does the future hold for the School of One?

06/21/2011 | KQED.org

Christopher Rush, a co-founder of New York City's School of One program, discusses in this interview how the innovative program might expand its reach. The tech-based program began two years ago as an after-school initiative and has taken hold in three public schools, where math instruction is personalized daily through "playlists" that are tailored to each students' learning needs.

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