Where We Work
MicroSociety schools outside the U.S. adapt their programs to reflect their country’s economic and political systems and their needs and aspirations.
For instance, our Canadian schools have parliaments, and one school is organized around the priorities of environmental conservation, entrepreneurship, ethical citizenship, and human capital. Meanwhile, our school in Colombia emphasizes citizenship, criminal justice, and diversity, and our school in Kenya addresses discrimination and human rights.
The flexibility of the MicroSociety program enables schools wherever they may be to address their unique needs and educational concerns. It is also a foundation that educators can use to help students reach across cultures, points of view, prejudices and time zones, and to think globally even as they act locally.