Mason in the Classroom – Blue Willow Tutorial
As the Mason movement continues to grow back into classrooms (in charter schools, private schools, and various alternative models) across North America, we are excited to feature several organizations that are making a relational education accessible to students in these classroom settings. The following vignette, first shown at the CMI 2021 conference, features one such example, Blue Willow Tutorial. Blue Willow, now finishing their 3rd year, uses Charlotte Mason’s Alveary as their curriculum and has adopted a hybrid structure where students learn together for four mornings a week and then learn at home in the remaining time.
What’s a Rich Text element?
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Static and dynamic content editing
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