Local Magazine Features Archer's History and Vision

Living Brentwood magazine's October issue includes a feature story on Archer's 25-year history and the adversities the School has overcome along the way.
The article shares how Archer is utilizing responsive teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. "Schools have a tendency to become stuck, but they should be among our most dynamic institutions," Ms. English told the magazine. "One of the reasons Archer had a relatively easy time transitioning to distance learning is because we’re already a collaborative, iterative, open-minded school." Read the article
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