Editorial: Loosen reins for standout schools



When students are doing especially well in a class, teachers occasionally will let them strike out on their own intellectually, free of the usual course of study.

The result often is a burst of creativity and deeper learning.

A state Senate bill would do the same for high-performing schools. Select schools would get a break from state requirements and provide them with more flexibility.

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