by Dennis Littky and Samantha Grabelle
April 25, 2005 It's hard to imagine a school with no tests, no grades and no classes. But those familiar elements of education are missing at two dozen Big Picture schools in six states. Margot Adler visits one called The Met, the 10-year-old model for the schools, in Providence, R.I.
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