Improving Education with Micro Schools with Brian Tobal

By Dan Kreiness

The Leader Of Learning podcast explores transformational leadership in education. It is where educators can come find inspiration to transform education through effective leadership. It is a community where educators can realize their leadership potential regardless of their position or title.

Episode 112 features Brian Tobal (@BrianTobal), an educator and CEO of SchoolHouse, whose mission is to connect teachers with amazing families in Micro Schools and learning pods. SchoolHouse strives to provide our children’s generation with the focused and personalized education that they are unable to receive in today’s educational environment. During the episode, we discuss the concept of Micro Schools and the importance of high quality teachers, an autonomous curriculum, and innovative teaching and learning.

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Dan Kreiness
Instructional Coach, Norwalk, Connecticut

Dr. Dan Kreiness is an instructional leader, podcast host, author, and speaker who constantly searches for the most effective ways to advance education and produce high student achievement. Dr. Kreiness has worked in education for over 16 years as a school administrator, instructional coach, intervention specialist, and classroom teacher while working in districts in the New York City metro area in New York and Connecticut.