Modern One Room Schoolhouses

Today’s featured link is about a modern schoolhouse in Montana. I thought it was very interesting and wanted to share it with you.

 

The school day in Divide begins with the four students, ages 5 to 14, reciting the Pledge of Allegiance around the flagpole outside their little red schoolhouse on the outskirts of the southwestern Montana ranching town, population 161.

When they finish, all four sit at desks in the school’s one classroom before teacher Judy Boyle, who switches between elementary and middle school lesson plans. Throughout the day, Boyle will also be their nurse, principal, counselor and administrator.

“It’s not the way of the world to separate the disciplines,” Boyle said. Click here to read this interesting article.

Donna

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Posted on August 23, 2013, in Research. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Modern One Room Schoolhouses.

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