CSS: What Happens When a Public School Models Itself on Homeschooling Principles? On Purdue Polytechnic High School

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Purdue Polytechnic High School is a revolutionary model of learning that promotes student interest-guided, project-based education. I am joined by Drew Gooden, a coach from the school, and Mark Boykin, a sophomore student. They provide insights into the school’s operations, teaching methods, and successful outcomes of the school launched by the famed University. We dive into how this model empowers students to control their educational journey, preparing them for a future of potential jobs that may not yet exist. 

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