Small Schools

applying SmallWorld thinking to Educating Kids

One big reason for this is to create a larger number of schools which then compete with each other, rather than standard local Monopoly.

Another reason is to increase the odds of having a good school right in your Neighborhood.

  • note that if you have high Population Density, and 20% of population is school-age, there's a high density of students.

Often have smaller Class Size.

maybe not as small as Shopfront Schools?

http://www.smallschoolsworkshop.org/

http://www.smallschoolsproject.org/

software for small schools http://www.smallschools.org/

Micro School-s stay smaller than the Dunbar Number?

Tom Peters interviews Eliot Levine and Dennis Littky, the authors of One Kid At A Time about The Met School. http://metcenter.org/


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