Head-Royce, an independent K-12 school in Oakland, California, has long been a leader in integrating new educational themes.
For example, the faculty spent one year focused on weaving diversity into the curriculum. The next year, they did the same with globalism. And the following year, they integrated sustainability into every grade level and subject matter in this school of nearly 1,000 students, faculty, and staff.
For a faculty unaccustomed to resting on its laurels, this raised an inevitable question: What next?