Would Hybrid Schools Be Boutiques?

For parents with kids in under-achieving schools, talk about home schooling is becoming a refrain. I wonder how many more middle class families might pull that off in the near future.

In that light, I wonder if there might be more “hybrids” in the future. The brick and mortar schools could provide the best “face to face” interactions for approximately half of the day (or less), and home technology could fulfill the best possible online learning and research.

There was a recent article about this premise, with the idea of “car schooling.” Students would move around the city to classroom learning experiences that supplemented their online and home schooling. Maybe schools will become more like boutiques, offering the best learning experiences for a certain subject or area instead of trying to cover all the bases.

Car Schooling also refers to “learning activies for inside the car while driving around,” but I’m more interested in the road scholar aspects of a mix of learning locations.

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