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From: Peek a Boo (
Subject:         my advice:
Date: January 20, 2008 at 11:27 am PST

In Reply to: forming a co-op question posted by Jennifer Jernigan on March 20, 2007 at 7:30 am:

I'm not "classical", but i do implement a few classical components.

First off, are you familiar w/ starting a co-op at all? If not, I would look over several groups and their foundational documents: schedules, registration forms, policies, etc. Decide whether you wanna be a "full" co-op or just a small one w/ friends.

At our regular co-op, i offered to teach a couple classical subjects: history and greek. That seems to work out well. You might be able to get a few people to attend a co-op that has more classical elements if you start in a regular co-op that doesn't limit classes.

Once you decide how you wanna teach your classes, be sure to advertise it at mom's groups, community bulletin boards, and any local email groups.

good luck!

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