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“One of the biggest things is the freedom to create our own schedule.As a Big Picture school, the daily schedule is full of internships and would not work if we were required to have a traditional schedule,” added Kuriloff.An affidavit of probable cause reveals a few years later, he allegedly drove up on a victim on the 2200 block of Hobson and said, "what's good with you" before opening fire on the victim.Authorities charged him with attempted murder, but he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and was sentenced to 1-1/2 to 3 years behind bars.PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Maurice Hill is a career criminal.His street name is "Gruff" and his criminal history links him to guns and drugs.He says his office had no criminal matters with Hill during his term, but he stopped short of blaming his predecessors."What a lot of us do in law enforcement is risk management and there will be like it or not, bad results," Krasner said.From academic intensive care to world-class exemplars of inquiry-based learning, the 10 progressive autonomous schools in the Philadelphia Innovation Network work together to expand opportunity.
As part of the Innovation Network, “We have a lot of latitude and independence in how we implement our model of learning,” said Vaux principal Gabe Kuriloff.In the former annex of West Philadelphia High (built in 1911 and now being converted to condominiums) is the six-year-old Workshop School.Students spend a four-hour morning block in advisory.On why he’s at the Workshop School, Anibal said, “I do my own research. I’ve been making my own decisions since I was seven.” He left half his family in Mexico to attend school in Philadelphia.He’s confident that at Workshop he’s on the right track.
Founder Simon Hauger (above) said the big block builds community.