You Have New Competition: Models That Challenge Independent School Value Propositions

August 8, 2019

Brad Rathgeber, Executive Director, Online School for Girls, MD Independent schools have traditionally marketed themselves on small, highly-personal learning communities with countless opportunities for students to explore their passions. What happens when free and lower-cost competitors emerge with the same value proposition? In this presentation, we'll explore emerging charter and independent school models that promise "personalized" education and use technology to a much deeper level than most independent schools in order to meet this promise.

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