9 Billion Schools: One School’s Journey – Educational Trends
As part of our 9 Billion Schools “One School’s Journey” blog series, we examine how different educational trends create opportunities for parochial schools like Mercy McAuley High School to differentiate themselves from other educational institutions. Private and parochial schools have more freedom to determine curriculum, testing and academic structure, allowing greater flexibility to adjust to educational trends.
The “One School’s Journey” series is based on presentations from industry experts about issues impacting the future of education during our two-day futurecasting session with the Mercy McAuley transition team.
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