Azcentral.com reports that the high schools of tomorrow could be all but unrecognizable to those currently about to graduate. Educators, politicians, and business leaders across the nation are supporting a plan that would transform the current high school into something resembling what colleges look like today. The trend is to scale down large campuses loaded with students and fashion smaller, more individualized learning environments. The goal is to eliminate the common high school experience, where many students of the same age take basically the same curriculum and all graduate at the same time. Instead, campuses would be converted to smaller, specialized schools that can tailor individual learning plans for a specific student. The cornerstones to this movement are the focus on: small, specialized schools, the idea of high school as a “career track,” and a major focus on technology. Business leaders are helping to drive the trend, as they see the current situation as a “matter of crisis,” because schools have grown complacent and haven’t been able to produce graduates who can keep up with the global demand for creative workers…