Can Teachers Run Their Own Schools?

Report · October 2010 · By Charles Taylor Kerchner

A case study of Avalon School and several other teacher-led schools in the Midwest. These schools use resources differently than traditional district schools, use a different praxis of teaching, and divide authority and responsibility differently—including assigning responsibility for learning to the students.

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