Innovating for Accessibility and Sustainability: New Horizons for Independent Schools - Presentation

Innovating for Accessibility and Sustainability: New Horizons for Independent Schools - Presentation

Claire Goldsmith, Executive Director, Malone Schools Online Network, CA, John Kerney, Head of School, The Winchendon School, MA, and Booth Kyle, Associate Head of School/Admissions and Financial Aid Director, Lakeside School, WA

Learn how established independent schools across the country are innovating by creating new models that experiment with space and technology to share resources and keep themselves accessible and sustainable for current and future students.

Explore three case studies: The Winchendon School’s “model school” outpost in urban areas, Lakeside School’s “micro school” in Seattle, and the Malone Schools Online Network, a consortium of independent schools across the country sharing resources to expand their course catalogs. Consider how your own school might embrace these kinds of innovations in ways appropriate to its needs and goals.



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