Deciding to make fundamental changes to the way students learn, and, therefore, the way teachers teach, has huge implications for a district. Teachers and administrators often spend significant time researching effective strategies before adopting local innovation plans.
Just ask Randy Hollenkamp, Principal of New Tech Network’s Bulldog Tech Middle School in San Jose, California. The student-centered school opened in August 2012 with 150 7th graders and is currently recruiting 150 new 7th grade students for the 2013-2014 year — which will put it at capacity with 300 7th and 8th grade students.
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