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Education doesn’t need to be so mainstream

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Going to school is an important part of a child’s life. It’s a time to learn, grow, and find out more about onseself. 

But while mainstream education is a popular choice, for some the norm doesn’t quite cut it.

That’s where alternative education comes in. Programs like Steiner schools, Montessori schools and ‘second-chance’ initiatives are working to educate these students in a different format.

But are alternative education students worse off? 

Reporter Tara Cosoleto investigates. 

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