Australian high school allows flexibility, self-guided learning

11/4/2009 | Toronto Star, The

A South Australian high school operates with the teen brain in mind -- creating few rules and allowing students more autonomy over their education. Educators say that typical schools force teens to conform to adult rules, but this high school has no classrooms, school uniforms or bells, freeing students to explore various topics in a self-directed way.

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