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Finding inspiration and motivation for the work
For many teachers, the motivation to start a teacher-powered school is inspired by having autonomy to develop and implement better ways to teach and learn. But will your team be able to accomplish what it wants?
Visiting existing teacher-powered schools and using these resources will help your team start to answer this question. You can also use this step to explore individual and group motivations for forming a teacher-powered school, along with concerns about the challenges ahead.
Commentaries by and about teachers who design and run schools
Case studies: Avalon School (St. Paul, MN)
Case studies: Mathematics and Science Leadership Academy (Denver, CO)
Case studies: Minnesota New Country School (Henderson, MN)
Case studies: Pilot Schools (Boston, MA and Los Angeles, CA)
Case studies: Wisconsin Schools