With the Help of Google and SF Muni, A Bus Sets Off to Serve City’s High School Dropouts | Jen Curtis

How many students can you fit onto a school bus? Legally—72. But what if those students weren’t heading to school, but already there—desks, computers, steering wheel and all? In that case, Steve Good believes he can fit 15 adult learners at a time—up to 60 a day across four “classes”—with a teacher and an instructional aide (who also serves as the bus driver) to boot.
Good is the Executive Director of Five Keys, a network of brick-and-mortar learning centers and charter schools throughout the Bay Area. The organization made its mark in 2003 when they created the nation’s first county jail…

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