The 14 most innovative schools in the world
Mathias Eis Schultz
An innovative school could be modeled after a legendary CEO, like the Steve Jobs School in Amsterdam. Or it can be an institution that's blind to gender, like Egalia, in Stockholm, Sweden.Keep scrolling to see what the future of education can, and probably should, look like.
Summit Sierra in Seattle, Washington: The school that gets personal.
Ørestad Gymnasium in Copenhagen, Denmark: The school in a cube.Advertisement
Big Picture Learning in Providence, Rhode Island: The school in the real world.
Egalia Pre-school in Stockholm, Sweden: The school without gender.Advertisement
AltSchool in San Francisco, California: The school of Silicon Valley.
Sra Pou Vocational School in Sra Pou village, Cambodia: The school for building community.Advertisement
P-TECH High School in Brooklyn, New York: The school that bridges high school and college.
Steve Jobs School in Amsterdam, Netherlands: The school that thinks differently.Advertisement
Brightworks School in San Francisco, California: The school that teaches dangerously.
Carpe Diem Schools in Aiken, Ohio: The schools built like offices.Advertisement
Innova Schools in Peru: The schools built by world-class designers.
Blue School in New York, New York: The school fusing compassion and creativity.Advertisement
Samaschool in San Francisco, California: The school that says it's not too late.
THINK Global School in locations around the world: The school without borders.Advertisement
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