Common Principles for Uncommon Schools

Horace Jay Feldman

Supporting Conversion: Structure or Instruction

The movement to create small schools is driven by the desire for equity. Research and experience prove that small, autonomous schools serve students more effectively than large, comprehensive schools. While the creation of schools that are small is not in itself sufficient, smallness provides the best opportunity to create structures, relationships, and habits that define an environment for success. One

Horace: Jay Feldman Published: September 10, 2004 By: Jay Feldman, Lisette López Topics: Keeping The Vision, The Change Process