A new innovative high school will share space with Roberto Clemente Middle School in North Philadelphia. Photo: Harvey Finkle

  

A new innovative high school will share space with Roberto Clemente Middle School in North Philadelphia. Photo: Harvey Finkle

"The School Reform Commission approved the creation of three small, non-selective high schools Thursday that are meant to personalize learning while stressing inquiry- and project-based learning. [...] Two of the schools, called the U School and Project LINC (for Learning In New Contexts) are being developed with a $3 million planning grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, which is interested in creating new school models for underserved children."

Read about our collaboration with The U School here.

Read more from The Notebook article here.

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