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Charter School Asks Students to Choose Their Own Path

As charter schools proliferate across the country, yet another unique model has emerged in Oregon, with the Redmond Proficiency Academy offering high school students a choose-your-own path approach.

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As charter schools proliferate across the country, yet another unique model has emerged in Oregon, with the Redmond Proficiency Academy offering high school students a choose-your-own path approach. The former public school principal who created the school says the public school model can alienate a significant portion of students, requiring an alternative approach in which students design their own path to graduation and are tested in nontraditional ways. (The Atlantic)

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