This article cites the Alexandria Country Day School, a K-8 co-educational private school outside of Washington, D.C. as an example of a private school utilizing a focus on social-emotional learning, play, and communication skills to produce students well-equipped for the challenges of some of the nation’s best high schools and higher education institutions.Source:
Roger Riddell, Education DIVE, April 6, 2016Description:
In recent years, America’s public education system has found itself in a period of transformation. An evolving economy demands a move away from the “industrial” model that has focused largely on preparing most students for factory work. What the future model, or “School 2.0,” looks like remains a matter of debate. But as public schools continue moving in that direction, it may be wise for administrators and policymakers to expand their view beyond simply what other publics are doing.Read the full article here!