Writing for the Huffington Post, Tina Barseghian profiles a high school in northern California:
What does the high school of the future look like? It’s one that emphasizes useful, relevant skills that can be applied to college and the work world beyond. One that encourages students to be critical thinkers, responsible for their own actions. One that trains them to work collaboratively and push themselves to outside their comfort zones. And one that uses the benefits of technology to reach those goals.
If these are the tenets, then the folks at Napa New Technology High School in Napa, Calif., believe theirs is the model.