Expanse guides and students reflect on the academic year It’s typical at Expanse to share apologies and appreciations, and the last day of
Expanse will launch a Novice program for students ages 8-11. It will be similar to the existing middle school program but provide special
Socratic teaching and learning is at the core of the Expanse experience. We believe that with engaging readings, students learn about a range of
The website for parents characterizes Expanse as “a school for kids who hate school.”
Expanse founder Michael Strong delivers a powerful message about your child’s direction: “If you want your child to be part of startup
“Show by brute force how you can figure it out on your own.”
What happens when you love what you’re doing, what you’re good at, what the world needs, and what you can be paid for?
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Hear what Michael Strong had to say in a recent podcast with Shannon Falkenstein of Acton Academy El Salvador.
Schooling in the U.S.:
Destroying adolescent well-being while forcing teens to engage in useless activities
Suppose there was a cabal of evil geniuses who decided to force teens into labor camps where 56% were disengaged, 75% had negative feelings, 17%