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Starting Two Businesses to Fund School with Miguel Gonzalez Brian Sense and Samara Transformative Principal 343

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Miguel Gonzalez is the founder of Embark education, a micro school embedded in two small businesses (pinwheel coffee and framework cycles)

Brian Sense is the Executive Director Great Work, Inc

Samara is a student at the Embark school.

  • Microschools vs. traditional schools
  • Blended grade levels.
  • 16 students enrolled with 7th and 8th grade.
  • Embark education is an independent school, which allows us to work with kids tuition free!
  • Founding businesses and profit from businesses would fund the educational experience.
  • Grants and fundraising.
  • Kids can make business decisions that may not be in the best interest of the businesses.
  • Price changes involved in the coffee shop.
  • How do we pose it to our students,
  • Samara’s interest in the espresso machine.
  • Coffee machine does produce 85% of our drinks.
  • Learning is a strong point for me.
  • We don’t just focus on educational needs, but also on social emotional needs.
  • What school is like?
  • What structures do we want to have?
  • Miguel’s job is supporting embark and the teachers.
  • Making the impact on students is just as valuable as getting a bike back to a customer.
  • When we break down the walls of school…
  • Every role has a focus, but they also are involved in the other programs.
  • We also include students in the interview process.
  • Middle school students know who they want to work around.
  • Middle schoolers is an important age to focus on the joy of learning.
  • It’s never about the bikes or the coffee, it’s about student learning.
  • Middle school is an overlooked time of development.
  • Kids don’t drop out in high school, they drop out in middle school. They just sign the paperwork and leave in high School.
  • Knowing where I want to center my learning.
  • 6th grade interviews for new teacher.
  • There’s very little that you learn in middle school that you don’t already have.
  • How to be a transformative principal?
  • Treat them as adults and support them in their youth.
  • Give many people the ability to realize their self-worth and lead others.
  • Listen humbly.

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Aug 09 2020 · 40mins