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WELCOME TO IACLC

an incubator for colearning communities

 
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The mission of the International Association of Colearning Communities (IACLC) is to act as an incubator of colearning communities and microschools, providing workshops, resources and a knowledge base for those edupreneurs starting their own educational spaces. By joining the IACLC you will gain access to a community and network of people like you dedicated to making a difference in the world, and sharing resources to make sure there is a great, affordable educational option for every child.

 
 

IACLC Membership

$90/year

Our goal is to make a community for parents, families and founders to learn more about colearning and microschools. By offering a database of resources, training and workshops, opportunities to speak with alternative education leaders and access to community forums, we hope to organically drive the creation of thousands of colearning communities across the nation. It is our goal to not only enable others to create low-cost, private K-12 education options for families that are accessible to and equitable for all.

Benefits of becoming a Member

  • $50 discount on our “Creating a Colearning Community or Microschool” workshop

  • Invitation to attend a pitch event to potential funders

  • Access to our database of collected resources for building and supporting colearning communities

  • Invitation to our online Monthly Meet-ups

  • Access to purchase our website template for colearning communities

  • 50% discount for all one-on-one “Ask an Expert” sessions

 
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Here’s what our members are saying about IACLC workshops!

 

“Great environment, a lot of real huge sharing, super interactive, fun, and practical topics.”

— pete s.

 

“It was great getting feedback about my idea, and hearing practical ideas for overcoming common obstacles. Also talking to people one-on-one about their models (which gave me additional ideas).”

— emily d.

 

“I enjoyed the networking, having time to talk with other people doing similar things in education and getting to ask questions of "experts" as well as a chance to get advice and guidance.”

— jennie m.