Microschools are the future–how do we start one?

vacant white painted classroom with chairs, tables , and map on the wall

It’s becoming very clear to me that school isn’t going to be the starting, or be the same, this September, as many of us hoped it would.

As nimble as educators were to move to remote education, something is lost when we put our kids in front of a webcam as opposed to a group of their peers.

Given this, our family has decided to start a microschool in the Bay Area starting this fall. We expect somewhere between one to five students, and we are starting the search for an teacher who wants to be apart of the microschool revolution/evolution.

If you’re teachers with five years of experience or more and you want to come on this adventure, we set up a quick application form.

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