Community. We all want it. We certainly spend a lot of time talking about it. It’s necessary for people to thrive. We don’t do well as human beings without a neighborhood of fellow human beings. We need our entrepreneurs and politicians, volunteers, clergy, retail workers and bus drivers, police and firemen, farmers and bakers. From the new and learning, to the experienced and retired.
At IndED we believe that children are part of that world too. We immerse ourselves in the community not for “relevance” or preparing for the “real world” but because the neighborhood needs its children. We want them … need them … to be a part of it and not apart from it. If you’re curious, ask us how to get started with our microschool program.