Distance learning, COVID protocols, staff shortages – all of these things have led to many teachers feeling burned out in the traditional school setting. But some teachers have found a change in setting to be exactly what they need to revive their love of teaching.

Microschools are popping up across the country, and for good reason. These small, multi-age schools are reminiscent of one-room school houses. Teachers with 10 to 15 children in their microschools can earn the income as in a public school setting, but without the bureaucracy and stress.

Read Kerry McDonald’s article in Forbes for more on this innovate K-12 learning model.

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