Essay examining the question of what constitutes a small school through the Chicago Small Schools Study. It explores why educators are founding new small schools and documents the diverse range of small schools that flourish throughout Chicago. Building from these observations, it then seeks to identify characteristics that delineate small schools and provide them the opportunity to improve students' educational experiences.
Gladden, M. (2000). Small Schools: What's Small?. Occasional Paper Series, 2000 (3). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2000/iss3/1