Adversity isn't destiny at a "trauma-informed" school in Minnesota.
In a flipped classroom, students watch or listen to lectures on their own, then spend class time working on projects.
When inmates at Indiana Women's Prison got an assignment to write the institution's history, the project dug up unknown details and instilled a love of research in inmates.
Police officers have been in schools for years, initially brought in as a means of student protection. But some say they have become too involved in school discipline.