Microschooling & Neurodiversity: Molly and Noah Stephenson on their “unschooling” microschool for neurodiverse learners

Hosted byKerry McDonald|

Today’s podcast guests are Molly and Noah Stephenson. They have experienced the benefit of small-scale, personalized learning first-hand, initially as unschooling parents and now as founders of the Wildflower Community School, a microschool in Wichita, Kansas. Only about 4 out of their current 35 students would be considered neurotypical, with most of their students having specialized learning needs, including autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and so on. 

For Neurodiverse Children, Microschools Can Be An Ideal Learning Environment (Forbes.com)

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