From San Diego to Philadelphia, a new model for the high school of the future—one that is smaller, looks like the modern workplace, and integrates technology into a project-based curriculum—is emerging, and its developers claim it's better at preparing students for the global economy.

This new model is "organized from the start around ensuring that students are ready for the new-world economy," said Mark S. Morrison, principal and director of the New Technology High School in Napa,


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