Simply: the most realistic path to transformed, student-driven high school learning.
Where do teens actually have choice in learning, once they’re already enrolled in a public school?
Where do they themselves (not parents) make a decision? Where do teens— at some level — contract to provide something (effort) in return?
In a hackable high school (now any school in Ohio), teens can write their own courses, join an existing class nearly anywhere, or choose from nearly any coursework they and adults can imagine.
While this freedom is a big idea filled with many options for rigorous teen learning, a simple process defines the core.
Within that core, a single artifact provides the key to personalized learning.
Open sourcing lets teens, teachers, and adults continuously improve the coursework.
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