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Navy Yard’s alternative educational program Sustainability Workshop to be featured on CNN [VIDEO]

This Sunday, the science-driven, hands on Sustainability Workshop will be featured on CNN's innovation series "The Next List" at 2 p.m.

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Updated 9:53 a.m. 6/29/12: The Sustainability Workshop is not a charter school, it is an alternative senior year program.

Almost a year after Simon Hauger co-founded the Sustainability Workshop, the alternative senior year program is already getting national attention.

This Sunday, the science-driven, hands on Sustainability Workshop will be featured on CNN’s innovation series “The Next List” at 2 p.m.

Check out the very ‘Drive’-esque preview HERE.

In February, Hauger and co-founder Michael Clapper spoke to Marty Moss-Coane about the program on WHYY’s Radio Times. Listen to the interview HERE.

Companies: The Workshop School

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