Microschools with a handful of students are growing in popularity as parents turn to home schooling options.

Microschools, which are schools with a small number of students, are growing in popularity as parents turn to homeschooling options. Homeschooling is an education option in which parents direct their children's education rather than enrolling them full-time in a public or private school. In homeschooling, the parent or guardian is responsible for the education of their child. They choose the subjects to be taught based on a child’s age and ability, as well as the curriculum and methods of teaching, plan the schedule, and teach or facilitate instruction. Some parents find the flexibility of a homeschooling schedule attractive, removing stress for both students and families. Microschools can be a good option for parents who want to homeschool but also want their children to have social interaction with other students. Microschools can be created by parents or by educators who want to provide a more personalized education experience.
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