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Why families and teachers are turning to micro schools
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Jan 18, 7:26 AM: Micro schools are gaining popularity in the Phoenix area as families search for flexibility and teachers express overwhelming stress due to conditions brought on by the pandemic and the never-ending coronavirus variants.
Memphis mother starts her own micro school for cultural identity, social emotional learning
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Jan 13, 6:08 AM: "For me, education is about learning versus knowing. I don’t think there’s an endpoint or an arrival,” said Lab School of Memphis founder Coi Morrison.
Adamo micro school enrolling FH students
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Jan 12, 6:43 AM: Micro schools gained traction in Arizona in 2020 and 2021 as schools closed for the pandemic. Tamara Becker, Founder and CEO of Adamo Education, said she wants to ensure that families still have flexible education options >
Southwest Denver Micro School fostering cultural pride with curriculum
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Dec 28, 9:40 AM: La Luz Education launched in the fall of 2021 with a group of sixth grade Hispanic/Latino students. The school aims to prioritize social and emotional learning.
Microschools grow exponentially amid pandemic in Arizona
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Dec 22, 8:08 AM: Our Learning Curve series continues as we look at a new trend that’s taken off for thousands of K-8th grade students across Arizona. They’re called "Microschools," and they were around before the pandemic, but have now grown in >
Microschooling’s Growth In Arizona Is No Surprise
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Dec 16, 9:05 AM: The Roman philosopher Seneca is quoted as saying that “luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” When the coronavirus hit Arizona and parents were looking for options outside of their closed traditional public >
Rising Demand For Learner-Driven Education Spurs Acton Academy Growth
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Dec 6, 9:53 AM: Determined to provide her children with a learning environment that nurtures their talents and cultivates their individuality, this fall Gregory launched The Wilder School, a microschool that is part of the booming Acton Academy >
Microschools have popped up in Idaho, but in unknown numbers
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Dec 3, 9:43 AM: Microschools have emerged in Idaho with little legal framework to shape them and no comprehensive tracking of their rise.
Opinion: Innovation classrooms provide new path for public education
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Nov 24, 7:55 AM: Instead, the Idaho Legislature passed Senate Bill 1046, giving parents the option of “innovation classrooms,” an approach to microschools within the public school system. Innovation classrooms are established as an agreement >
Microschools Aim To Personalize Learning And Disrupt The Status Quo (CER in the news)
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Oct 11, 11:17 AM: Imagine a learning environment where students' needs are individually met; where personalized instruction is delivered because class sizes are manageable; where children feel valued, safe, supported and challenged. While in today’s >
Micro-schools are being established in Arizona: What you should know about the new learning format
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Oct 5, 9:48 AM: As classes take place at a public school in Mesa, learning was also taking place inside the walls of a home right across the street. Inside the home, kindergartners were busy working on their daily tasks with their teacher (also >
Microschools + pandemic pods may solve one problem, but there’s more to the story
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Sep 24, 8:46 AM: But more importantly, here's what's missing from this particular solution for the problems we face reopening schools: Equity.
Former CPS Teacher Opens Chicago’s First Mobile School
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Sep 16, 9:37 AM: After seeing the success of the concept, Cowley quit her 17-year teaching job last year to open Urban Explorers of Chicago, a STEAM mobile microschool that serves students from preschool to fifth grade, with a mission of bringing >
La Luz microschool offers new experiences to kids in southwest Denver
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Sep 16, 9:32 AM: At Johnson-Habitat park in southwest Denver, 14 sixth-graders are taking part in a new education experience. Their school day involves more time outside, more one-on-one engagement with teachers, and lessons that draw on their >
Will microschools dominate post-pandemic education?
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Sep 15, 8:54 AM: As their name suggests, microschools, which serve K-12 students, are very small schools that typically serve 10 to 15 students, but sometimes as many as 150. They can have very different purposes but tend to share common >
Micro-schools aim to give students more attention with teachers
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Sep 3, 10:11 AM: Micro schools have been popping up all over the country in the past few years. Zealous Schools opened the first micro-school in the Rocky Mountains when they opened a middle school in Eagle in 2018.
Pilot program highlights ‘microschools’
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Aug 27, 7:49 AM: A group of students in the North Kansas City School District has already been back to school for a couple of months. Their teachers are taking hands-on learning to a new level.
Mesa company behind microschool boom in Arizona
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Aug 26, 4:37 PM: The pandemic has disrupted traditional education all over the country, leading to an increase in microschools. A Mesa company is the reason behind the boom in Arizona.
Bow, Dunbarton to host microschool ‘learning pods’
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Aug 6, 12:46 PM: Elementary and middle school students in Bow and Dunbarton school districts will have the opportunity to try a new type of learning this fall, in small group “pods,” run by a microschool company.
Some parents opting for at-home learning post-pandemic
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Aug 5, 12:10 PM: The micro-school, founded in 2013, is changing the game for gifted and twice exceptional students.

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