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Microschooling is an updated version of the one-room schoolhouses which dotted American frontier life throughout the 19th century.

Microschooling environments are:


Small - Generally serving no more than 10 students in a setting. 


Thin - Teaching and coaching thrives in small-group, intimate settings, with only a minimal administrative staff, to prioritize teaching and learning while holding costs down.


Nimble - Learners' specific educational needs drive microschooling decisions around content and approach, allowing the greatest flexibility possible.


Versatile - Microschooling can serve learners' diverse educational needs, whether they choose traditional public, public charter, private, or homeschooling co-op communities.

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