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Small Schools Project

Learn the philosophy behind the small schools movement and gather information about how to create and maintain small schools in a school district. You will find resources on converting large comprehensive schools into small schools of choice, as well as
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Learn the philosophy behind the small schools movement and gather information about how to create and maintain small schools in a school district. You will find resources on converting large comprehensive schools into small schools of choice, as well as on creating small schools "from the ground up."

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