Education reform is a hot topic across the nation, nowhere more so than right here in Louisiana. While New Orleans has had notable success stories since Katrina, it is also worth highlighting schools that have been pioneers in K-12 reform in other states.
The Carpe Diem School in Yuma, AZ, is a successful “blended model” that is being studied by lawmakers, superintendents, donors and others with an interest in transforming education through
technology. The school operates as a hybrid that includes on-site teachers and computer-assisted
instruction. Their innovative approach has attracted significant attention for its success. Take a look at this video to learn more.