eBook ABC's of Starting a Private School download
by Bonnie Schreiter
Author: Bonnie Schreiter
Publisher: R & E Pub (July 1, 1982)
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Many people dream of starting a private school, but doing so takes time, money and effort. In his free resource, 13 Steps to Starting Your Own School, he provides tips and advice on how you can set the foundation to start your own school.
Many people dream of starting a private school, but doing so takes time, money and effort. Doug Halladay shows you what you need to consider. The 10 Steps to Starting Your Own Private School.
By starting a private school, you’ll be providing a valuable service to families with children in your community. Begin by tackling the big-picture planning questions that surround creating a school, and then move into hiring faculty and staff and recruiting students. Steps As another option, consider a Montessori school. Montessori schools are almost always private and offer children a discovery-based model of academic experimentation and learning.
If you think starting a private school business sounds like what you want to d.
If you think starting a private school business sounds like what you want to do. Then you may want to use the business plan below as a guide. A Sample Private School Business Plan Template. Our intention of starting our private school is to soundly educate people in various subjects and of course to make profits from the education cum private schools industry and we will do all that is permitted by the law in the US to achieve our aim and business goal.
Private Schools: Selected full-text books and articles. Public or Private Education? Lessons from History By Richard Aldrich Woburn Press, 2004.
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