Many jurisdictions see the “unbundling” of education, the breakup of the composite structures comprising schooling today. Schools take on the role of a connector or general contractor and convene different organizations that excel in teaching various subjects, rather than every subject. This allows teachers to specialize and bring a higher level of expertise; a teacher might, for instance, be hired to teach human anatomy to eighth graders, rather than general biology to all middle-school grades. These freelance “teacherpreneurs” rotate between multiple schools. The unbundled education system provides greater room for creativity, taking the basic elements of education and reassembling them in a way better suited to the evolving needs of learners.