Charter Schools Have An Awkward Secret: They’re Not Very Good At Innovating

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Jun 1, 2015

That’s when Mitchell met Jonathan Johnson, a teacher turned entrepreneur. He had been prototyping his idea for a new charter school, called Rooted, through an after-school program, and was looking for a chance to test the model during the school day, in the form of a “school within a school.” Rooted’s pedagogical foundation: project-based learning.

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