Why Doesn’t Every Office Building Have A Microschool?

Source: Foundation for Economic Education
by Kerry McDonald

“Today, intrepid educators continue to try to make change within the traditional schooling system, but increasingly entrepreneurial teachers and parents are working outside the system to create innovative, accessible K-12 learning models that push beyond the four walls of a conventional classroom — literally and figuratively. One such program is Revolution School, a private, accredited high school located in a downtown office building in Philadelphia that draws students from more than 25 zip codes across the city.” (02/06/24)

https://fee.org/articles/why-doesn-t-every-office-building-have-a-microschool/