This collection of information and downloads will get you started and keep you informed
Collecting resources and research will prove to parents, donors, and collaborators that you are serious about starting your micro-school, and they will be more likely to join or help you. Micro-School Coalition resources will include other authors’ blogs, articles, books, etc. We want you to have resources at your fingertips and a cohort model of collaboration through the process.
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We will build this list with the help of our directory schools, collectively growing this list of resources available to support micro-schools. Many resources are price-friendly tools for your likely humble start-up budget. We want you to have resources at your fingertips and a cohort model of collaboration through the process.
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Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids
A Step-by-Step Process that Empowers Frustrated Parents to Innovate Education
A few years ago, a parent at our founding school, LEADPrep, laughingly described our kids pouring out into the parking lot as happy mismatched socks. That definition that describes our unique and wonderful kids has stuck.
To support more communities in building a micro-school, our founder has written a how-to micro-school guidebook in three parts: The first tells of the need for more options for students. The second provides seven steps to opening a micro-school. The third part tells how our very own LEADPrep followed those seven steps and opened its doors.
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