Education

New School Promises ‘Customized Education’

By Mary-Ellen Phelps Deily — July 18, 2007 1 min read

A new private school in Miami promises “customized education” for children with autism and other neurobiological disorders, The Miami Herald reports. Kevin Gersh, the school’s founder, says allowing students to help design their educational plans ultimately helps them focus on learning. Gersh’s Coral Rock Academy is set to open in September. Annual tuition will be $30,000, and officials plan to enroll 20 students from grades 4 to 12.

A version of this news article first appeared in the Around the Web blog.