Texas high school will combine technology and project-based learning
| Mar 28, 2011
"Armed with a $3 million Texas Title I Priority Schools grant, Belton Independent School District in Texas will open the doors to an innovative high school concept this fall," writes Bridget McCrea in THE Journal. Belton New Tech High School at Waskow will combine technology and project-based learning to create a learning environment that principal Stan Whittle hopes will entice students to "take ownership of their educations and their futures."
The new school is part of the New Tech Network, which was founded in Napa, California, in 1996, and now includes 62 public high schools in 14 states. To learn more, read the full article.