This episode of Inside Out originally aired in the spring of 2001.
The Met is a charter school in Providence that made its mark with an unconventional approach to education: no teachers, no classes, no grades. Only internships, mentors and “real world” experiences outside the classroom.
In 2000, Inside Out devoted an entire episode to exploring whether a school like the Met could serve its students better than a traditional public school.
Host: Molly Messick
Executive Producer: Paul McCarthy
Producers: Samm Tyroller-Cooper, Melissa Brough, Robin Amer, Caroline McCaughey, Megan Hall, Rachel Terp, Marshall Clement, Elana Berkowitz, Anna Goldman, and Carlos David.
Oversight: Beth Taylor
Photo by Famous Librarian.
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