The founders of co-working giant 'WeWork' have announced plans to launch a new type of school for young children focusing on the future of entrepreneurship.
Future students would spend one day at a 60-acre farm, and the rest of the week in a classroom.
The concept seeks to 'undo the compartmentalisation often found in traditional school environments and to reinforce the significance of engaging kids in an interactive environment.
Modular classrooms, tree houses, digital portals and a vertical farm were incorporated to promote an inclusive and collaborative teaching environment.
The first 'WeGrow' school is set to open in America in late 2018.
This article appeared in The Urban Developer.