Imagine a school that doesn't look much different than the modern workplace, with students working in small groups, also in traditional whole groups with teachers, and with each other, tailored to their individual needs. That fundamentally changes the way the teachers use their time and engage with students. You see in a classroom setting every child working on an individual plan and teachers working as facilitators and coordinators.
- New York City Department of Education's John White describes the teacher's role in a series of pilot programs School Library Journal. Sounds a lot like Napa New Tech.