A new approach to education will be coming soon to Williamsburg-James City County Schools.

On Wednesday night, Superintendent Steve Constantino said the details of a pilot program aimed at re-imagining the typical high school structure will be unveiled at Tuesday night’s School Board meeting.

Without going into any detail, Constantino said the program would begin with just 100 students and would be based on the principles of “student-centered learning.”

Constantino’s comments came at Wednesday night’s screening of the educational documentary film “Most Likely to Succeed” at the William and Mary School of Education. The movie highlights the efforts of… Continue Reading

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Josh Chung is a second-year Masters student in the Higher Education Administration program at the College of William and Mary. He has been a photographer, EMT, and has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Among Josh's many varied interests, he is currently interested in researching user interface and user experience (UIUX) in instructional design.