John Axtell (email@example.com)
Sun, 10 Dec 2000 10:58:09 -0800
I asked this question of one other person but I would like your input also.
I would assume that one does not need all of the material in the school starter
kit once the school is up and running. Could one not borrow the kit for a month
and join the second group and move forward if it looked like the vision could
take place after really understanding the initial problems involved rather than
spending $ 400 and then finding out that there is no way to financially, or
politically, pulling of the start of one more private school in the area?
Thanks for the input.
> To CindyK
> >From Mimsy
> There is a list for people who are staff members in Sudbury schools or coming
> along in the process of starting them. The acid test that we (at Sudbury
> Valley) use for deciding who is in the second group is that the person(s)
> must have purchased a School Planning Kit from the school. Have you? If you
> did, it should include instructions about joining the list.
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