Progressive Pedagogy Fosters and Demands a More Sophisticated Intellectual Capacity from Teachers
We are a community of educators deeply committed to the ideals of progressive education. We hold ourselves accountable for creating learning experiences that inspire and require the highest levels of intellectual sophistication, and we aspire to learn, live, and work in schools that reflect our philosophy.
Teaching Here Is Completely Different From Anything You’ve Ever Experienced
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Everybody is a teacher in our building. It starts from the second you walk in and you are surrounded by people who are committed to changing the face of education for kids in a very significant way.
Our work is harder but the rewards we get are much greater, because we know we’re sending children out into the world prepared for what’s in front of them, and we’re doing it in a kind, respectful, and authentic way.
Out of all the schools I’ve ever worked with, I have to say that this is the staff that I feel closest to and most supported by.
I think for me, after all these years in education, I’ve found the place where I can make a difference.
There’s room for your personality to shine, and that’s what makes our teachers really special. We’re not stifling and smothering your personality or asking you to suppress anything about yourself, but instead we want you to incorporate that into the classroom.