The Small Schools Coalition
Taking Small Schools into the 21st Century
About the Small Schools Coalition
Becoming a friend of the Small Schools Coalition is voluntary and totally free-of-cost. We strive to bring together people of all backgrounds to revolutionize teaching and learning by redefining the way schools prepare students for college and life. You can learn more about us here….
Research the Small Schools Movement
We have an exhaustive body of the most cutting edge (and time-proven) academic research demonstrating the many outstanding benefits of small schooling for facilitating critical thinking skills, leadership, and humanitarian compassion. You can access our research here….
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New Whitepaper: The Benefits of Small Schools
This paper is a review of the literature on the benefits of small (or smaller) schools, as compared to large- or middle-sized schools, in six key areas that are of national concern.
Renewed Interest in New York City’s Small Schools
A new report by the Carnegie Corporation of New York examines the impact of public schools opened in the last three decades, including the shift toward smaller schools.
Decoding Brilliance: Unveiling the Magic of Intentionally Small Schools
On June 12, the Education Collaborative for International Schools (ECIS) hosted a virtual event where Dr. Stuart Grauer was the guest speaker.
Join the Small School Movement
The small school movement is gaining popularity worldwide among educational institutions of all types. Even a cursory glance at the ever-growing body of both academic and “real world” research proves why: Because the small school movement provides a fertile environment for authentic peer-to-peer and student-teacher relationships, safety, learner-centered empowerment, and community involvement. We invite you to follow our work or contact us to learn more about the small school movement!