Can every school become a Basic School?
Yes, but it's an ongoing process. Some ideas can be implemented quickly, while others take more time. What's required is a commitment on the part of everyone--the school board, the principal, teachers, and parents--to support the priorities and proposed practices of the Basic School, to evaluate the current program of the school, and to develop together a plan to implement the recommendations. In the end, becoming a Basic School is not a top-down decision; it must be continuously affirmed and sustained at the school level.
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