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More states are making it easier for schools to innovate

There was a good example of this trend in Minnesota a few years ago. As reported in 2017, a group of elementary school teachers in Lakeville assumed they’d have to start a charter school to get the type of innovative education setting they were looking for — until the district superintendent decided to work with them to do a pilot program that now includes the entire school.

Since those efforts, there’s mounting evidence that the momentum and demand for innovation in the traditional public school setting is growing.

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